An Evolving Exploration into the Head, Heart and Hands of Energy Descent
Transition Culture has moved
After eight years of frenzied blogging at this site, Transition Culture has moved to its new home. Do come and join us, but feel free to also browse this now-archived site and use the shop. Thanks for all your support, comments and input so far, and see you soon.
Here are those two films if you want to watch them here, although of course a visit to Creative Climate is also highly recommended. Keen viewers will be able to see my runner beans growing in a couple of shots…
‘In Transition 1.0’ is now also available on Vimeo, in higher resolution than on YouTube (and with the still-missing Part 3). Don’t forget that the film is available in even higher quality on the DVD which contains a veritable smorgasbord of extras and outtakes and wonderful stuff. Enjoy. Send the link to your friends…. Thanks to Alex Munslow for enabling this.
A Copenhagen Christmas Present: December 15th 2009. Copenhagen.
Coca Cola ads on billboards around Copenhagen
As many have now written, the Cop15 conference, which is focussed on creating a treaty that will prevent our climate from undergoing a systems state change and re-establishing itself in a new stable state that much less conductive to human survival, seems certain to fall far short of what is needed or fail completely. In describing what the treaty has to do I am calling attention to the meta narrative in the story of these negotiations. That is we have a self referential system, our economic and politic systems which takes little account of the ecology of our planet. We think in terms that ignore the basis of life.
Thanks to Andrea Berardi over at the Transition Network forum for the heads-up on this one. The Open University has just launched its Creative Climate website, and it includes two excellent films about Transition, the first one is about Totnes, and is one of the most in depth films about TTT yet done, and the second is about Transition Town Brixton, made by a member of the organisation. Excellent films both. Unfortunately they can’t be embedded, so pop over to Creative Climate and watch them there. Bit chilly today isn’t it? My fingers have only just thawed out from the ride into work.