The #Occupy movement has spread throughout the US and abroad, moving many to join or start their own #Occupy efforts, and countless pundits, politicians, and interest groups of all stripes puzzling to figure out what the movement is all about. Curious ourselves, we sent an enterprising young filmmaker to NYC, armed with 100 copies of The End of Growth and some questions. Check out his first report below.
The frost is on the pumpkin; the nights are growing long...choose your cliché. The season of reflection -- and fundraising -- is upon us.
Please take a moment and reflect upon the challenges you consider most urgent, and the organizations that best represent your values. Do resource depletion, climate change, and the end of growth make your list? Does Post Carbon Institute come to mind?
If so, would you please support our work?
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A monthly update from the US regional hub of the international Transition movement.
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|The new version of the 'Transition Primer' (US version) is now available on the TUS website. It has a fresh new look as well as new sections on peak oil, exponential growth, and resilence indicators. A future version will include sections on things like working with local government.
Thanks to everyone who tuned in to our live call with Chris Martenson on October 25th, moderated by Erik Curren of Transition Voice. Chris answered questions about how the next 20 years won't look anything like the past twenty years. Listen to the recording online.
On November 19th, we'll be hosting a special live call with Julia Bystrovia on the topic of Inner Tools for Transition. Check out the details and register now to join the conversation.
On September 29th we announced Transition Kaw Valley (Lawrence, KS) as the 100th officially recognized Transition Initiative in the US (and the first in Kansas)! Are you a part of a group interested in taking the next step? Click here to learn more and find an initiative near you..
Image credit: WTO — BBC
Image credit: Rome demo — AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia
Image credit: What's next? — Crystl/flickr
Image credit: Book shelves — zimpenfish/flickr