REMINDER: Transition Towns Documentary Premiers Today

"In Transition" Documentary Streams Live Today
We're pretty crazy for Transition Towns here at TreeHugger. From nut tree plantings for food security to establishing local currencies, Transition Town groups around the globe are tackling the twin threats of climate change and peak oil through community building and practical action. That's why I at least have been eagerly awaiting the launch of In Transition: The Transition Towns documentary. And the wait is almost over - the documentary is set to be screened in a live webcast from the Transition Conference in London. The show begins at 1.45pm UK time, so 8.45 EST for US readers. If you've got some time to spare this morning, click on over to In Transition's live webcast site, go make some (local, organic) popcorn, and prepare to be inspired. If you're not yet sure if it's worth your while, click below the fold for some further reading on the Transition movement. Further Reading on Transition Towns
400 Fruit Trees Project: Wonderful Video from Transition Kilkenny
In Transition: The Transition Movement Documentary
Planet Green's Green Glossary: Transition Towns
Transition Towns Reach the US
The Times Newspaper on Transition Towns and ‘Apocalypse Now’
Transition Towns and Cities Emerge in the US
Transition Towns New Zealand Gains Strength
Transition Towns Reach Japan
Transition Towns Reach New Zealand
Transition Town Plants Up Nut Trees for Food Security
Interview with Rob Hopkins, founder of the movement
Transition City Bristol
The Transition Handbook
Transition Towns Reach Australia
The Virtual Orchard Project

Tags: Activism | Oil | Peak Oil | Permaculture | United Kingdom


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