Topic “Diversity”

Awakening The Dreamer: In The Context of Transition

Location:
Online (Free)
Date: 
Thursday, March 4, 2010 - 9:00am - 10:15am

Note: Times for all Transition US virtual events are Pacific Time.

 

"Together we can make the transition to a more fulfilling,
equitable and sustainable world."

 

Presenters: 

Transition Monthly Tele-Salon

Location:
Conference Call (Free)
Date: 
Thursday, September 12, 2013 - 11:00am - 12:00pm

This monthly conference call (aka Tele-Salon) is being offered specifically for active Initiating, Core, and Working Group members.

Diversity, Resilience and Justice

Location:
Conference Call (Free)
Date: 
Wednesday, February 10, 2010 - 2:00am
As we move through Transition, we need all hands on deck! How do we create a new culture in our Transition initiatives and communities that welcomes the full diversity of experience and history? What is the relationship between justice, sustainability and resilience? How does inclusion as a principle get carried out in practice?

Thank you!!!

 

One of our favorite times of the month here at the Transition US office are the 2nd Thursday Telesalons. These group calls provide a strong dose of inspiration and are a chance to hear directly from individuals around the country who are implementing on-the-ground Transition activities.

Woo-hoo! Spring is here, time for planning our gardens, getting outdoors, and cleaning out the closets! This time of year always brings with it the sense of life renewed.

Perhaps many of you have seen the viral video of Charles Eisenstein called "the Revolution is Love". If you haven't, take a look here.

Hello Transition Community!

Grassroots Sustainability

Grassroots Sustainability was inspired by the real-life efforts of a handful of grassroots groups in Marin County, California that successfully brought sustainability policy and education to their communities. This guidebook documents their best practices and shares important lessons learned along the way. It is intended to empower individuals and grassroots groups near and far to facilitate meaningful change in their communities without having to reinvent the wheel.
Author: 
Lisa Chipkin, Pam Hartwell-Herrero
Publisher: 
Self
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