Signs that Transition 3.0 is beginning to take hold were all around me during my time in Northern California, probably the biggest hot-spot for Transition in North America.
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Climate change is advancing at an incredible speed. We know we should do something, but we lack the political will to do what it takes to hold it to 2°C.
The issue of our collective state of denial had been bothering me for a year or two by the time Michael Moore showed up in Madison.
The topic of 'extreme energy' should be a relatively easy one to dispense with for any reasonably informed Transitioner.
We can pretend everything is OK on Main Street, or we can actually try to fix it.
Time spent here, and talking to people, gives a sense of just how powerful the forces of nature are, and how we tamper with them at our peril.
Think global, act local, globally. That's got to be the next step for this broader movement...
Looby Macnamara is a permaculture teacher and author of ‘People and Permaculture: caring and designing for ourselves, each other, and the planet‘. According to the publishers, it is “the first book to explore how to use permaculture design and principles for people – to …
Change doesn’t come easy to us humans. We like to know what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next year. Sudden change can be severely upsetting; a death, unemployment or illness has the ability to turn our lives upside down for weeks, months or even change it completely. Most of …