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.
These notes offer a quick glance to ways, in the south of Mexico, in which people are regenerating the society from the bottom up. It is a new kind of revolution without leaders or vanguards....
We have a race between peak oil and global warming. Symptoms of these complex processes pop up every now and then.
During the Pleistocene evolution favored those humans who left the most descendants so our evolved instincts encourage us to procreate, seek status and consume resources.
The Edible Bus Stop (EBS) is a gardening project trying to transform neglected spaces throughout London into vibrant green patches of community engagement.
Is any nation on Earth taking seriously the need for a true-cost economy, where we live sustainably in a steady state?
So, sustainable communities, to me, means keeping out of the way of things that are too big to fail.
How can reporting on energy, presented as opportunity or catastrophic risk, compete against grumpy cat memes and economic woes?
This post is part of a series called “Taking Practical Action Toward Resilience” highlighting inspiring actions that people and communities across the country are taking as part of this year's Transition Challenge.
• Some of My Best Friends Are Germs
• Bye-Bye Baby Boomers
• The repentant environmentalist: Part 3
• Thanks for coming
• Needed: An ecosocialist cosmovision
For a wider view on the head, hands and heart of Transition, read Rob Hopkins' blogs at Transition Culture.
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