The Transition Network in Your Community


While working with the Sustainability Guild International of Dorchester, a coworker revealed that she happened to contribute to the material published in the book that I was reading at the time.  The manual, The Transition Companion: Making Your Community More Resilient in Uncertain Times, featured the Transition Network. As stated in a previous post, “transition with a little t”, the network connects over a thousand communities in industrialized nations around the world that have taken on environmentally sustainable projects involving food, transport, energy, education, housing, waste, and the arts. These small-scale responses to global climate change transition the community away from the high levels of energy consumption, high carbon emissions, and detrimental environmental impacts that have resulted from consumer culture.

Keep an eye out for it in your area! IT’S COMING!  (Featured community: Transition Newburyport.)


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