Hey All,I wanted to post here about a Permaculture Design Course we are offering here in San Francisco.We feel it is important for all of us to understand the design method if we are going to move forward and re-design our cities and lives to be more in line with our needs and ethics.PLease see the event info here on this Ning site at:http://transitioncalifornia.ning.com/events/san-francisco-permacultureOr…See More
September 5, 2009 at 9am to November 14, 2009 at 4pm
In the heart of San Francisco, we come together to share and engage in Permaculture Design.We cover the standard PDC with an addition of the Urban viewpoint. With over half of the world's population now living in the urban setting, it is now of the highest importance that permaculture designers engage in the creation of sustainable urban settings.Please Follow the link for more Course Info.Urban Permaculture CourseSee More
I am the developer of the fruit tree database. The scope of the data can easily be global, but we obviously can only handle tree in our area.
I would be perfectly willing to share this database with any organization that wanted to track…"
Transition group to move San Francisco community forward to implementing ideas and policies, which will enable the city to deal with Climate Change and depleting energy while developing more resilient neighborhoods and Bay Area region.
Fourth Friday/Films of Vision and HopeA Fierce Green FireMarch 27, 2015 - Film starts promptly at 7:30pm - discussion to followAs many people and organizations explore how to “step things up” – to get more active in working for climate and environmental justice – March Fourth Friday will take a look at where we’ve come from.A Fierce Green Fire explores fifty years of grassroots and global environmental activism – from conservation to climate change. The film premiered at Sundance in 2012 and…See More
It's the Spring Share Faire!Lucie Stern Community Center, Fireside Room and Patio, Sunday, March 15, 2015 11:00 AM to 1:00 PMBring stuff to share - garden produce, books, clothes, crafts, toys, etc., AND learn new skills.Plus fun activities for kids!We're excited to be holding our first Share Faire at Lucie Stern Community Center. The Fireside Room will give us some wonderful indoor space (and a place to hide from the rain, if only!). The Patio will allow us to spread out, holding many skill…See More
I am happy to announce that we are partnering with Sunnyvale Public Library to screen the film "Growing Cities" on Wednesday 2/25/2015 from 6 - 9p. Here is the link to view the trailer of the film http://www.growingcitiesmovie.com/the-film/ I hoping that you can all come to the library for the screening, and then stay after the film to participate in what I think will be a lively discussion!…See More
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Happy New Year! Our thoughts are to start social with wine, appetizers and posters that cover: Our past - History if TSV, our founding mission, values and evolution Today - What are current community needs to achieve sustainability? - What existing organizations, efforts are working to fill gaps? - What are gaps that are not being addressed? Future - What role can TSV play to shore up community sustainability? - How should TSV show up and align with other efforts? You are all invited to…See More
Fourth Friday/Films of Vision and HopeWorse than Poope2 Transport- London, the Price of TrafficAs the Peninsula grapples with how to address traffic congestion and rising carbon emissions from transportation, these two short films shed light on the problems posed by car traffic in an increasingly congested urban world. From an animated universe in which cars ‘poop out’ their CO2, to the mega-city of London where planners challenge the notion that cities should be designed for cars - these films…See More
"My dear friends and co-creators of the World!
Main stream mass-media overhelm us with destructive, depressive and negative news and information.
If you are tired of it please join and support the Alternative News Project…"
"My dear friends and co-creators of the World!Main stream mass-media overhelm us with destructive, depressive and negative news and information.If you are tired of it please join and support the Alternative News Project…"
A dialog with Dr. Richard Gilbert, professor of Psychology and Director of The P.R.O.S.E. Project (Psychological Research on Synthetic Environments) at Loyola Marymount University. Free event at Los Angeles Eco-Village, 117 Bimini Pl, LA 90004. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.orgMore info at www.laecovillage.orgSee More