The Permaculture Podcast

    Episode 1203: A Quick Introduction to Transition Towns (Permabyte)

     

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    A quick, no-frills, whirlwind tour of the Transition Town process to provide an overview ahead of the interview with Susan Norris and Nathan Spivey of Transition Harrisburg.

    If you would like to learn more about Transition before listening to that episode, please read Rob Hopkin’s website:

    Transition Culture

    If, after reading that site, your interest to dive deeper into Transition is sparked, here are some recommended books:

    The Transition Handbook: From Oil Dependency to Local Resilience by Rob Hopkins
    The Transition Timeline: For a Local, Resilient Future by Shaun Chamberlin
    Local Food: How to Make it Happen in Your Community by Tamzin Pinkerton and Rob Hopkins
    Local Money: How to Make it Happen in Your Community by Peter North
    Local Sustainable Homes: How to Make Them Happen in Your Community by Chris Bird

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