Community Planning for Peak Oil: This Doesn’t Look So Dark (video)

November 7, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Transition Whidbey I posted on Friday about Worldchanging’s critic of the Dark Side of Transition Towns , in which Alex Steffen argued that the Transition Town movement is effectively burying its head in the sand—promoting ineffectual, perhaps folksy [I paraphrase], individual action instead of systemic or political change, and maybe even gleefully anticipating a social collapse. No sooner do I finish writing about the ensuing debate, that I come across a video that, I think, shows the true heart of Transition. …

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Green Living: Leading by Example or Passive Aggressive Preaching?

November 7, 2009 by  
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Image credit: South Park / Comedy Central As I noted in my post on The Art of the Eco-argument , we’re often better off leading our own lives than telling others how to lead theirs. In fact, if eco-snobbery is left unchecked , it could lead to a major backlash against the environmental movement

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