Here at the change of seasons, as we begin turning inward following the Autumn Equinox, let us then remember to honor the contraction as we practice making space in our hearts and all around us.
Not only do streets connect places, but they also connect people.
I think that if you haven’t built connections with other people when good things are happening, they probably won’t be there when bad things are happening. Community is created by filling the cup that you share with other people…
We can’t have resilient communities if we don’t have justice. We’re only as resilient as those around us, whether that be our family, our neighbors, the neighboring community, or even the neighboring country.
In her latest book, titled Love in the Age of Ecological Apocalypse, Baker surveys 16 relationships that she’s found to be basic to human well-being but sorely in need of tending right now.
Transition is inevitable, but justice is not.
Becca Martenson on how to increase the value of the relationships in your life
Missing from the conversation are ideas that are both practical and radical.
Post Carbon Institute’s Associate Director Ken White recently visited Atamai Village, an evolving resilient community outside of Motueka, near the top of NZ’s South Island.
Carolyne Stayton of Transition US, on reframing, reskilling, REconomy, and more.
Sarah tells us about life beyond consumerism, translating online community into on-the-ground action, and more…
Chuck tells all on making the new economy real, bridging race and class divides, and more.