In this complete interview, Author Woody Tasch illustrates the concept of Slow Money. He describes how the current economic crisis evokes fundamental questions about the future of capitalism and provides a unique opportunity to reorganize financial markets for sustainability. He explains the simple notion that if we slow down, we can enjoy life more, and … Read moreMovie of the Week! December 27 – SLOW MONEY Complete Interview with Woody Tasch
Dear friends! Come and join the Festival “In the land of art and craft” from 15-22nd of August, 2015! The event is organized by the people of “Vedrussiya”, one of the biggest ecovillages of Kin’s domains in Russia. Our community of co-creators inspired by the “Ringing Cedars of Russia” book series is happy to invite … Read moreIn the Land of Art and Craft Festival – welcome!
This was originally posted by Kirsten Schwind on Oct. 20th 2009 under the ‘book reviews’. We are moving it here because we are deleting that tab and did not want to lose this resource: Bay Localize is proud to announce the release of its Community Resilience Toolkit, a comprehensive resource for Transition Initiatives and other community groups … Read moreCommunity Resiliance Toolkit Download
This came in yesterday: Is supporting your local farmer, visiting your farmers market, CSA, food coop, or other local food source important to you? What about having fresh, local food for your child’s school meals? Or as a farmer or rancher, do you want to figure out ways to add value to your food products … Read moreCall to Action – Local Farms, Food, and Jobs Act!
My dear co-creators of this beautiful Earth! We have a special gift for you – Space of Love magazine goes local – is being issued for California Central to South Coast! Please download first four issues for free: SOL California edition #1 , SOL California edition #2 , SOL California edition #3 , SOL California edition #4 .
How might your current work contribute to the sustainability movement? Designing low energy use buildings to get away from petroleum dependence. In what ways do you personally identify with the Sustainability & Transition movement? Why are you interested? I am interested in a bountiful future that is verdant, peaceful and creative. What background and skills … Read moreScott M B Gustafson’s Page
Transition East Bay Want to meet others interested in food security, local currency, permaculture, energy decent planning, etc. “Does our group have its own blog for posting ideas on, or do we all use the main T California blog together? I’d love to follow some wisdoms pertinent to our East Bay.” “Hi, We’re transforming our … Read moreTransition East Bay’s Page
How to turn Talking points into Action points. Last night I attended a discussion group sponsored by CCLJ, Central Coast Clergy and Laity for Justice, Empower Poly and Transition Towns. The discussion was how to act on what Bill McKibben had to say at an event here 2 weeks ago. These people wanted to make … Read moreJeanne’s Page
Permaculture principles Here’s the list from “Principles And Pathways Beyond Sustainability” by David Holmgren Transition.org added some suggestions for how this might apply to the early stages of transition projects. Principle Catch Phrase An Example (from us) Observe and interact Beauty is in the eye of the beholder Find out what is already happening locally … Read morePermaculture Principles and Characteristics of Resiliant Systems