JOIN US FOR AN IMPORTANT TELESEMINAR – “The Maturation of a Social Movement: A Regional Response to a Critique of the Transition Movement”
JOIN US FOR AN IMPORTANT TELESEMINAR – “The Maturation of a Social Movement
A Regional Response to a Critique of the Transition Movement (Part 2)”
Date: Thursday, December 4, 2014 - 11am PST/2pm EST
Blog post by Philip Barnes, Transition Town Media, PA
Forty-one representatives from 20 national Transition "hubs" met in Copenhagen, Denmark, September 9th through the 12th 2014 hosted by the remarkable Danish contingent of the Transition Network. Here are the countries that were represented:
Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, and USA.
Join the conversation on November 6, 2014, 200 PM ET for the first segment of the Mid-Atlantic Transition Hub (MATH) Teleseminar Series: ”The Maturation of a Social Movement: A Regional Response to a Critique of the Transition Movement.” (Click here to register.)
By Pamela Boyce Simms -
It’s time to ask some thorny questions of the Transition movement. We need look no further than Kingston, the first capital of New York, to begin.
Blog post submitted by: Pamela Boyce Simms, Convener, Mid-Atlantic Transition Hub (MATH) and Pamela Haines, Transition West Philadelphia
At the New Economy Coalition “CommonBound” Conference in Boston earlier this month, more than 600 people came together to explore how to reform and rebuild our flawed economic system.
You rose to the challenge – the Community Resilience Challenge!
This May, individuals and groups across the country committed to increasing the resilience in their communities by collectively registering 16,477 actions! Participants demonstrated their creativity by undertaking actions of all kinds, but most of them fell into one of the following four themes:
Don’t you love it when the same publication carries conflicting reports about the economy, posted on the very same day?
Thursday, CNN ran a piece celebrating the job count, claiming the economy is nearly back to pre-crash figures. Yet in a simultaneous article, more than half of Americans now agree that the American dream is out of reach.
Friday, the leading headline of the Los Angeles Times touted job figures. And in the same issue they carried an article decried the sharing economy for its darker side: desperation. That article calls the sharing economy “disaster capitalism.”
I love the phrase, because capitalism in its current form is truly a Disaster.