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In Transition

by Joshua Nelson on 11th July 2010

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The Transition Movement is about creating more resiliency in local communities in order to respond to the “Hydrocarbon Twins” of peak oil and climate change positively. It is about creating a better, more sustainable way of living in a world without oil and with an altered climate. Both of these shocks to the world are coming (probably already started) and preparing for them in a positive manner that increases community and personal resilience is definitely the horse I am betting on winning the race.

In Transition” is a film made by the people who are pioneering this movement, who are working towards being free of oil and achieving sustainability. It’s a great flick, now available in a 2-disc DVD, but also available online and below. Check it out:

In Transition 1.0 from Transition Towns on Vimeo.

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avatar Joshua's life goal is leave this world better than when he came in – similar to the campsite rule. He started writing about sustainable economics with his blog Steady State Revolution, acted as Washington Chapter Director for the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (CASSE) for a few years and is a co-founder of the Post Growth Institute. An avid reader, cyclist and hobbyist mead maker, Joshua lives Seattle, WA USA with his wife and son.

Joshua has written 22 posts on Post Growth Institute. Contact Joshua

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