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Our stories hold energy. They can keep us focused on the content and energy of life as we know it. Consider the stories we carry about our family or our personal history, and see how they tend...

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I am a Masters’ student in Ecopsychology at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and I began working with Carolyne, Marissa and Nils at Transition US as part of my service-learning project in...

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Nobody knows what the Brexit vote will mean for the UK.  People are reeling after a campaign marked by very poor quality debate, some deeply dangerous and divisive framing, a decision many didn't really understand and an election where only 36% of young people, who are those most affected by...

Resilience.org

So now, here’s a neither random nor comprehensive compilation of climate justice happenings and musings from the middle of May to the end of June 2016.

Transition Voice

Stalin was only one of many revolutionaries to think that you have to break a few eggs to solve big problems. Today, some activists think that you have to break the capitalist system to save humanity from runaway climate change. Photo: Zak Greant/Flickr CC. A couple months ago, while Hillary and...

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