Resilience is preparedness, and before disaster strikes, we would do well to invest more in the organic movement to build local resilience...
Articles: Transition movement (108)
I've learned first hand about what activism burn out feels like.
When you think of the work that needs to be done in order to transition to a restorative society, one that solves problems rather than creates them, one that regenerates living systems – what do you think of?
One of the best things about Transition for me is that we bring big issues home, and we own them.
So, shine on you crazy Transitioners, and Changemakers of all Hues and Persuasions. Shine harder than you ever shone before...
The three-century-long reign of the market economy is nearing its end whether we like it or not, wrote late British economist David Fleming in Surviving the Future: Culture, Carnival and Capital in the Aftermath of the Market Economy.
There is just over a week to go until the UK votes on whether it wants to stay in the European Union, or to leave.
What follows is a love letter. A love letter is my way of describing the incredible beauty and friendliness I experienced in Iceland and my heartfelt wish for Icelandic culture to thrive now and into the future.
Ruah Swennerfelt's book is a hugely important contribution to the growing literature on Transition.
Those proposing just sustainability argue that if sustainability only includes or is only for the benefit of privileged people, then logically we don’t have any hope of actually achieving it.