What is the impact we hoped Transition would have when we first came up with the idea, what impact are we actually having, and what could we be doing differently to increase that impact?
Articles: Transition movement (15)
No water. That pretty much sums up living with climate change around here, in Los Angeles.
Doing stuff and communicating are the yin and yang energies of every social movement.
For thousands of years artists and communicators have sung in the day, we've sung praises and lullabies, shared stories, and learned, through the art of writing, how to convey our thoughts and feelings across the globe...One of those stories is about the Transition movement...
When co-founder of the Permaculture Movement David Holmgren recently suggested it might be better for the world if we were to try to precipitate global economic collapse in order to mitigate runaway climate change, he received a harsh response from Transition Movement founder Rob Hopkins, and …
There are many approaches to the three main crises threatening civilization today, namely, climate change, peak oil and economic crisis. The problem is that most of them won’t work.
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.
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.