This is a stream of blog posts from our on-site bloggers, and, a growing list of blogs we re-publish from Transition Voice, This Low Carbon Life, Reslience.org's news feed and Transition US.
A mid-week update. Oil prices have fallen $2-3 a barrel this week on weaker demand, increased US production, rising product stockpiles, and a stronger dollar.
"Freedom is the natural faculty to do whatever one wishes that is not prevented by force or law.
If flocks of city-dwellers will trek to steep hillside paddies to work in the damp spring weather, then nothing seems impossible.
•Bike Sharing Prepares to Get its World Rocked •Social Bicycles Brings Sharing to Two Wheels •The two-wheel entrepreneurs: bike culture spawns businesses nationwide •The Pedestrian–Cyclist Armistice
The sun is waiting to be tapped for clean, cheap energy if we can get our heads out of the sand.
For all who love a conspiracy, geoengineering has it all. The oil companies, far-right think-tanks, nuclear weapons scientists, and even Bill Gates.
Most of the visual work is now done for the Infographic and here it is for your enjoyment.
As before, please leave a comment or email Ed with feedback.
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As we work down the hydrocarbon pyramid, energy gets messier and much more costly. Latest in a series.
Are you thinking about starting a new Transition initiative in your town, village or city? I was among those who initiated Transition Dartmouth Park, in North London, around a year and a half ago.
To begin with, it’s important to recognize that no fixed rule sets apart those changes that get called “progress” from the ones that don’t.
For a wider view on the head, hands and heart of Transition, read Rob Hopkins' blogs at Transition Culture.
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