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Andrea Giraldo López of the Inner Transition Circle reports back from the first Moon and Sun celebration.
An interview with Marissa Mommaerts of Transition US
An interview with Nick Anim of Transition Town Brixton and Transition: Bounce Forward
An interview with Sarah McAdam of Transition Network
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The Transition mindset of openness, courageous experimentation, and resilience allows us to do and share the most difficult and rewarding work.
In 2010, after the failure of the Copenhagen World Climate Summit, a new idea paved the way: Transition. Ten years later, the movement has also taken root in Luxembourg.
The very first critical step we can take to move away from Dominance is to start to notice our bodies’ sensory experiences and responses to the world on a moment-by-moment basis.
By Eva Schonveld and Justin Kenrick – first published on Medium in August 2020.
Let us name and feel its features so that we can better notice when it becomes active within our bodies and our cultures and break the trance that binds us to it.
We will live in a very different world post pandemic and the spirit of mutual aid needs to continue and grow.
Food security has become a hot topic. But in the Shetland Islands, one of the most remote places to live in the UK, local people have been concerned about it for a while.
Continuing our Covid-19 lockdown reflections, Melita Djurić of Transition Slovenija shares her experiences with us.
During the coronavirus lockdown, might home confinement erode over-identification with our work roles and present an opportunity for our more personal, humane selves to come to the fore?
When children in the UK return to school, the recommendations on social distancing will mean that a radical rethink of the education model is needed. Theatre director Kate Golledge believes that the UK’s cultural institutions can play a vital role in a vibrant, post-lockdown education system. (Originally published by Transition Liverpool)