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David Fleming & Dark Optimism

How can we go on living with impossible problems? Green writer David Fleming influenced the UK Green Party, the Transition Towns movement, & new economics. Fleming passed away in 2010, leaving an unpublished dictionary for our survival. Writer & editor Shaun Chamberlin picked  …

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WE CAN’T ALL GO BACK TO THE LAND (or we’ll kill what’s left)

SUMMARY: A journey to the “Ecoreality” post-peak-oil community, with UBC Campus Radio. Plus rap star Baba Brinkman’s new album “The Rap Guide to Wilderness”. We begin with a slice from the new album “The Rap Guide to Wilderness.” It’s called “Tranquility Bank” with  …

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Tough Transition

From “The Farm” in Summertown, Tennessee, deep green thinker and activist Albert Bates on Tough Transition. Then one of the pioneers of localization and sustainable community, Dr. Mark Roseland. Alex reports on new ocean/climate movie to save… us. Rob Stewart’s film “Revolution”. Radio  …

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Transition Yourself

Ideas from America on starting a Transition Town. Ruah Wennerfelt, Steve Chase & host Mark Helpsmeet in live stage conversation. Plus Greg Pahl, author of “Power from the People, How to Organize, Finance, and Launch Local Energy Projects.” Max Keiser & Stacy Herbert  …

Peak Oil Vs. “Pathological Optimism”

PEAK OIL VERSUS “PATHOLOGICAL OPTIMISM” – Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock – on “the Peak Shrink”, Kathy McMahon. [Find links to free mp3 recordings of Kathy’s full speech in Vancouver, plus an interview with Alex Smith – at the bottom of this post.]  …

HOW COMMUNITIES SURVIVE DISASTER

Everything in the techno-capitalist society forms us into separate atoms. We demand our own space, travel in personal metal boxes, and struggle as individuals. When disaster strikes, hardly anyone remembers how to respond. How will your community react to a major threat? Will  …

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