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Rob Hopkins Webinar Recording Available Now

Did you miss our live online event, From What Is to What If: The Role of Imagination in Transition, earlier this week? In this webinar, co-hosted with the international Transition Network and Post Carbon Institute, Transition Movement co-founder Rob Hopkins sets out the key ideas behind his new book "From What Is to What If" and invites participants to reflect on the role of the imagination in their work in Transition. As Kate Raworth, author of Doughnut Economics described it, "for anyone seeking a renewed sense of possibility, this one's for you."

The Climate Movement Is Going After Wall Street

 
Transition US has joined a new coalition called “Stop the Money Pipeline” to help end the financing of fossil fuels.
 
WASHINGTON, D.C.

Transition Lopez Island Launches Fossil Free by ’33 Campaign

By Ande Finley of Transition Lopez Island.
 
Early in 2019, after the shocking IPCC Report came out identifying 2030 as the catastrophic tipping point for our planet, the Transition Lopez Island Steering Committee posed the question, "How quickly and how close can Lopez come to being fossil fuel free?" Though it was a daunting undertaking, the idea resonated around the table and immediately became our sole focus.

From What Is to What If: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create the Future We Want

By Ruah Swennerfelt, originally published by Friends Journal.
 
I’ve been involved with the Transition Movement since about 2008 and had the opportunity to meet and interview Rob Hopkins, cofounder of the movement and author of this book (his sixth), in 2011 at the fifth Transition Network international conference in Liverpool, England.

Save the date! Transition US National Gathering, June 11-14 2020

 
What if…
… Our communities enjoyed healthy, local food, and agriculture regenerated the soil and the water?
… All of our main power sources were renewable?
… Our forests were vigorous, strong, and no longer threatened?
… We and our neighbors worked together and localized, civil government supported that?
 
And What if…
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