Welcome on board

In a world in mutation, we travel across the United States and Canada to meet those who are involved in their community. Those who are audacious and courageous, striving for a just, fair and green social reorganization. → Read our mission.

 


Vidéos

Arizmendi, a Co-op of Co-ops (stfr)
Our School at Blair Grocery - New Orleans (stfr)
A Visit in the Keys with Patrick (stfr)
Fishermen in the Keys (stfr)
Marathon BioDiesel (stfr)
GLEE Comunity Garden - Key West (stfr)
Sea Salt Farm - Sugarloaf Key
Transition Sarasota (stfr)
Piedmont Biofuels (stfr)
Circle Acres (stfr)
Twin Oaks an Egalitarian Community (stfr)
Les Amis de Pine Isle
Dual Power Transition - East Side Austin (TX)

Food

  • Transition Sarasota (11/8/2012) - Don tells us about current and future projects of Transition Sarasota: "Supporting local independent businesses is not a radical concept, it could have radical implications in term of taking power back from each corporation and gaining our power here in the community." . . . → Read More: Transition Sarasota
  • Our School at Blair Grocery in New Orleans (11/8/2012) - After hurricane Katrina, a group of relentless New-Yorkers came in the Lower Ninth and recovered a grocery. They are determined to create conditions for disfavor kids in the neighborhood to thrive. Today, instead of a grocery, there is a school, but not a school like we are used to . . . → Read More: Our School at Blair Grocery in New Orleans

Social Justice

Education

Our Odyssey

Our Odyssey


Energy

Local Economy

  • Transition Sarasota (11/8/2012) - Don tells us about current and future projects of Transition Sarasota: "Supporting local independent businesses is not a radical concept, it could have radical implications in term of taking power back from each corporation and gaining our power here in the community." . . . → Read More: Transition Sarasota
  • Our School at Blair Grocery in New Orleans (11/8/2012) - After hurricane Katrina, a group of relentless New-Yorkers came in the Lower Ninth and recovered a grocery. They are determined to create conditions for disfavor kids in the neighborhood to thrive. Today, instead of a grocery, there is a school, but not a school like we are used to . . . → Read More: Our School at Blair Grocery in New Orleans

Transition Towns

  • Transition Sarasota (11/8/2012) - Don tells us about current and future projects of Transition Sarasota: "Supporting local independent businesses is not a radical concept, it could have radical implications in term of taking power back from each corporation and gaining our power here in the community." . . . → Read More: Transition Sarasota