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Transition Movement for Churches by Timothy Gorringe, Rosie Beckham - Paperback
It has been taken up by cities and towns all around the world, stimulating a growing consciousness of possibilities born of collective action. In Transition Totnes in the UK, the first Transition town, neighborhoods have become more vibrant and the local economy strengthened through a range of community enterprises. In Transition Pittsburg, PA, local gardens planted in sunny patches on vacant lots of run down neighborhoods are not only reducing food miles, but providing affordable food for an ignored section of the community, instilling a new pride in the neighborhood, and engaging at-risk youth in an empowering alternative to getting in trouble.
In Transition Fujino, Japan, after the recent nuclear disaster, members of a local Transition group are hosting workshops that teach families to assemble solar panels to power their homes. We ask ourselves, what are the possibilities for Transition Falls Church?
Inspired, a group of interested youth came together, and a new Transition project was born. Through talks and public films, we hope to foster discussion and spark imaginations. A few film screenings and discussions have already taken place, and the project continues its efforts to foster engagement and conversation. Central to this organic process of building interest is the development of new relationships.
Transition poses the possibility of an intergenerational movement. Where I once thought there were only a few people who took problems like climate change seriously, I now have a sense that there are many individuals and groups in the community yearning for more action. Imagine the potential of Falls Church if these yearnings are consolidated and mature into concrete initiatives.
James Samuel, who is heavily involved in the Waiheke Island group, says the response from people throughout New Zealand has been incredible. The Transition Town model primarily looks at how communities can respond to the twin challenges of climate change and peak oil.
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Each transition group networks with its local community on a coordinated range of projects designed to move from high-energy to low-energy lifestyles in a positive and create manner. James Samuel believes so much in the Transition Town concept that he works full-time on the Waiheke Island project, without pay.
The Waiheke Island group is extremely active in its efforts.
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It is already underway with a year initiative to have 20, fruit and nut trees planted on the island, while a community garden was established back in September The island also hosted The Big Intent at the end of October, which looked at things communities can do to rise to the food, fuel and environmental challenges facing the planet.
There are now several groups located throughout the greater Wellington region.