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Naomi Klein at Central Westminster Hall

  Yesterday, Naomi Klein spoke before a packed Westminster Central Hall, and I was there. I wasn’t expecting such a large and grand hall (seats 2,300), and the enthusiasm of the crowd, frequently breaking into applause was wonderful. The deep … Continue reading

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eGaia 2nd edition and also new video!

Hello friends, This is a big day for me. After a long gestation, I’m releasing the second edition of my book, eGaia, Growing a peaceful, sustainable Earth through communications, and also a 10 minute video, After the Crash: From chasing … Continue reading

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Losing our religion? Or growing a new global one?

In an article in this week’s New Scientist, “Losing our religion” by Graham Lawton takes a rather narrow, but quite common, view of religion as mainly determined by active membership in a traditional religion and a belief in a God, … Continue reading

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You’ve heard of Slow Food, now there’s Slow Money!

I was intrigued by an event I saw listed in the Transition US newsletter, Essential Knowledge for Transition: Financial System and Local Investing which was “the first in a 3-part series of teleseminars on economic transformation by Marco Vangelisti”. I downloaded … Continue reading

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Building a Global Family that looks after people and the Earth

To my friends and family: I’ve just written this as a ‘Farewell Essay” for my last meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Transition Network, but I would like to send it to a much wider audience too. You … Continue reading

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Critical readers wanted for eGaia, 2nd edition

I’ve been working hard on the 2nd edition of my book, eGaia. I have now completed a draft, which you can download. I’m looking for critical readers whose comments will help me move towards the final version. Could you help? … Continue reading

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Transition Movement moves on a step: becoming a global family

I’m just back from a wonderful 4 day international meeting of the Transition National Hubs, in and around Lyon, France. There were about 35 of us, a few coming and going over the days, from 17 countries around the world. … Continue reading

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