“Everyone has something to offer. There are always skills or friendship to swap in some way. There are lonely people and there are people who like to communicate. Everyone has something to offer. It’s just matter of finding it.” For many, finding it is the problem … Click to read more!
To transition effectively to a post-fossil fuel world we need to begin a process of re-localization. What might this look like? Click to read more!
Have you ever thought about the world it takes for you to have a simple cup of coffee at your local café? Click to read more!
Given we have reached the end of the oil age, and are saturated with debt, we think there is an alternative to spending more to fight over the remaining resources. Click to read more!
Our 4th idea for Mondays is to have conversations about practical ways of transitioning to a post-fossil fuel future. We think our future is too important to leave such conversations to a few individuals who make decisions for the rest of us. Let us know what you think? Click to read more!
Our 3rd idea for Transition Mondays is to try taking a break from technology on – you guessed it, Mondays! The idea was inspired by the film Koyaanisqatsi. The central idea behind the movie was that “Humanity no longer exists in the natural world, we are no longer connected to it. It is not that we are now users of technology, but rather that we exist within technology, we are part of it and it is part of us. The natural world now exists only to support the artificial one in which we live.” Click to read more!
Our 2nd idea of things To Do on Monday is to see where we are on this ladder – and see how more of us can stay at the top where the world feels welcoming and we feel safe and connected. Click to read more!
On Monday, try approaching the natural environment and those who inhabit it with awe and wonder. See the beauty in all things. Click to read more!