Joining the Transition Town Movement is Easy
When I tell people about Transition Longfellow – my neighborhood sustainability group – the most common response I hear is: “Gee, you do a lot of fun things! How do you do it?” That’s usually followed: “I/we couldn’t do that.”
I want to tell you, YES, YOU CAN! Even if you have a full-time job. Even if you have children (especially if you have children). Even if you don’t have a big social network. You CAN start to make things happen in your home, on your block, in your church, and in your community. Just decide to do something and then commit.
My experience has been that once you commit and you start to talk about it, the path forward appears. People and resources begin to come to you. It’s not magic; all those people and resources were there before, it’s just that you didn’t recognize them because you weren’t looking for those opportunities. But once you start a Transition group, and begin to take action to reduce your carbon footprint and become more resilient, you will see opportunities to learn and grow all around you
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