Like so many chirping miner's canaries, about 400 people met last weekend in a Boulder church and hotel to talk about what might perhaps best be calle...
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One doesn't have to feel sanguine about the possibility of building a better life under conditions of collapse in order to ask how could we work together to develop something better than we have?
As we have to live with less energy, we will have to live more locally, the opposite of globalization. The transition movement strives not to "go back to the land," but to increase the resilience of communities.
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