How might your current work contribute to the Transition movement?
Probably not much right now, but I'm learning so that should contribute to the future
In what ways do you personally identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I don't identify with the Transition movement, really. I haven't done enough with the group to count myself as a member. I am here because I like the things I can learn about involving sustainability and gardening, and I hope to meet some people in my area.
What background and skills do you bring to this community?
What aspects of the Transition Town movement most interests you?
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Russia off-road! Sacred Russia retreat, explore the dolmens, Shetinin's school (Kin's school) and ecovillage of Kin's domains Sinegorie (Vedrussia) - for singles, couples and groups of three or more people. For details and to submit a request for a…
How can we as a community work together to draft, adopt and assert our natural human rights? What ordinances do we need to draft in order to protect the Rights of Nature, specific to our coastal environment? See the Community Rights Toolkit, created and shared by Global ExchangeWe are taking steps right now to establish our Community Rights in…See More
As people are waking up to the warning signs of the challenges facing our planet, there is growing recognition that together, we can be a part of the solution. Many have abandoned old habits to embrace more sustainable ways of living—from “buying local” and using reusable bags, to joining bike-to-work challenges and shopping second-hand.Still, many people say they would like to do more, but they don’t know where to start. If we want to continue to shift sustainability from education to action,…See More
Come and see sacred places of Russia, astounding dolmens, visit fascinating Shetinin's school (Kin's school or Forest school as they call it) and explore the life in ecovillage of Kin's domains!
For details, map and tour itinerary please visit…