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by Shante’ Sojourn Zenith. It seems fairly clear that, whatever our stance regarding conflict, efforts spent now to learn practical skills, become more self-sufficient, and form bonds of trust with...

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Sitting in the South High auditorium in 2010, learning about the very real effects that climate change will have on the lives of my children, I was shaken to the core. I turned to my husband and said...

In The News

David Templeton, Sonoma Index-Tribune on August 04, 2016

Marie Goodwin, Personal Mycology on March 19, 2016

Jeanette Origel & Sarah Byrnes, Jamaica Plain New Economy Transition on May 05, 2015

Joe Piasecki, The Argonaut on December 03, 2014

Press & Media

Transition US is a nonprofit organization that provides inspiration, support, training, and networking for Transition Initiatives across the United States. We are working in close partnership with the Transition Network, a UK based organization that supports the international Transition Movement as a whole.  If you are a member of the press we would welcome the opportunity to arrange an interview with a member of the Transition US team.

Featured Blogger

Joanne Poyourow is an author, an educator, a gardener, and a community builder. Joanne brought the ideas of the international Transition Movement to Los Angeles.  She is one of the founding members of the Transition Los Angeles city hub which is preparing local communities for the changes coming with global warming, peak oil, and economic contraction.

 

Transition Los Angeles supports action groups in many local communities within the greater Los Angeles area. It is perhaps the largest metropolitan area in the world that is working with Transition ideas.

Global Transition

Our first Guest Editor Steph Blom, weaves her stories together here in her last post with us.  It has been a lovely and gentle beginning to our series and I have really enjoyed the opportunity to work with Steph.  Do take the time to follow her work on her blog here and share your thoughts on her...

Resilience.org

“The grass was tall, and the house was in bad shape,” Alan remembers. But somehow it became home — the couple raised four children there. And they wound up restoring not just the once-vacant house, but the downtown community around it, as well. The post This Kansas City Neighborhood wrote the...