Transition Movement explodes into Life: watch film here

in transition 2.0

In Transition 2.0: A Story of Resilience & Hope in Extraordinary Times

Transition is an idea that has gone viral, a social experiment that is about responding to uncertain times with solutions and optimism. In a world of increasing uncertainty, here is a story of hope, ingenuity and the power of growing vegetables in unexpected places.film poster

It features the following subtitles, all of which have been done by volunteers in their respective countries: Albanian, Croatian, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish.

Just click on the ‘Captions’ button on the video player and you’ll find a wide choice of languages available there.transitionhandbookcover

Further Resources

Read a review of Rob Hopkins’ latest book, The Power of Just Doing Stuff and get inspired.

Read The Economics of the Fure: Relocation by Rob Hopkins and see the world through a different lense.

Is Transition a Trojan Horse for Permaculture? Rozie Apps asks some seaching questions…kg_reporter_jun2012b-crop

Buy the In Transition 2.0 PAL DVD HERE.

Links for ordering NTSC versions if you are in the US or Japan, or ordering from Germany are HERE.In-Transition-Film-Poster1

More Radical alternatives

‘Deconstructing development opens up the door for a multiplicity of new and old notions and world views. This includes buen vivir (or sumak kawsay or suma qamaña), a culture of life with different names and varieties emerging from indigenous peoples in various regions of South America; ubuntu, with its emphasis on human mutuality (“I am because we are”) in South Africa; radical ecological democracy or ecological swaraj, with a focus on self-reliance and self-governance, in India; and degrowth, the hypothesis that we can live better with less and in common, in western countries.event_118762152

These worldviews differ sharply from today’s notion of development, challenging the dogmatic belief in economic growth and proposing in its place notions of wellbeing. They are internally diverse, but they express common fundamental values, including solidarity, harmony, diversity and oneness within nature.

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