Eva is a climate activist, process designer and facilitator. She has co-convened the Transformative Conflict for Transition Network summit, supports sociocratic system development, decision-making and facilitation in many contexts including Extinction Rebellion Scotland.
By Justin Kenrick, Eva Schonveld, Global Tapestry of Alternatives
The climate chaos that we are witnessing makes it inescapably clear that dominating others harms oneself, and that this system of domination will inevitably end—whether through ecological disasters or our collective action.
By Eva Schonveld, Justin Kenrick, Medium
We can choose to believe the future is inescapably set in stone, and thereby make it so; or we can dare to create an opening for a different future, and so give us all a chance.
By Eva Schonveld, Transition Network
The relief we feel when we no longer have to pretend to be other than we really are will be echoed across the natural world, as we relax and put our energies into showering the love for ourselves, one another and the wider world that we are made for.
By Mandy Meikle, Eva Schonveld, Transition Network
Transition is providing an alternative and showing that not only is it possible to think differently, it's also possible to take actions in the world which change things. It's important to give people a sense that we could make a different future because one of the biggest things that we're up against is that the majority of people can't see beyond the way that we do things now. Whether they think that's great or whether they think it's rubbish, there's a real feeling of people not having any hope that things could be any different. And many don't want to change.
By Eva Schonveld, Energy Bulletin
I'm a great supporter of community energy generation, but I want to talk about another form of energy, one which I consider to be an essential component of our future energy economy, and perhaps more importantly, one which could affect our fundamental sense of wellbeing. I'm talking about food: human fuel.