Yes, there will be still be a pressures to keep in with the for-profit systems like industrial agriculture, but on the side and on the edges of our villages and communities, how about quietly adding many more ANDs e.g. AND growing food that’s not reliant on fossil fuel, AND Click to read more!
A supporter of Transition Monday says, “I see the need for change but I’m not quite ready yet.” Is there a way of preparing people for change, before the need to change is thrust upon us? We believe there is Click to read more!
Because this generation of modern humans have had access to an abundance of fossil fuel energy, it’s easy to assume it will go on forever and because oil prices are currently low and supplies are high, it’s not surprising very few are noting how this easy-to-access fossil fuel energy (oil, gas, coal), has in fact been used up and that it’s taking increasingly more and more energy (mainly oil), to retreive the energy that’s still there. Click to read more!
During lock down, many were able to enjoy a slower pace of life with family and with community, creating their own time, connecting with each other and the local natural life. But now, the pressure is on to get back to real time. But what is real time? Click to read more!
Most people know we need to transition from the current neo-liberal order which privileges dollars over everything, but it’s not so easy to know how to make changes. This proposal describes a way it could be done from a campus.Click to read more!
I’ve been wondering what it it would take for leaders to acknowledge this addiction to life with fossil fuels. And what it might take for followers to recognize and acknowledge the many ways they keep enabling this addictive behaviour to continue? Click to read more!
Later I thought of another gift this friend had, and told him, “You know, you ask really good questions and then you listen. I think that’s an extra special gift, one that’s especially needed right now.” Click to read more!
How New Zealand could take a lead in showing the world how to cut fossil fuel use by 10 percent a year over the next ten years, and transition to a decarbonised society in a decarbonised world. Click to read more!