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The Four Assumptions and Six Principles of Transition.

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  • I detect a certain degree of fatalism in your plan, perhaps a sense of defeat and a grim feeling of 'picking up the pieces', along with an acceptance of some degree of destruction. This is a flaw in your model, as it smacks of a victim mentality. I think that rather, you need to embrace everything, including those with whom you disagree, and have faith that 'transition' can indeed happen without destruction of anything. It also seems to me that you have no real faith in humanity, and your collective resounds with 'us vs. them'. So in a sense you are empowering the very divisions that you seek to abolish.
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  • Great insight into the growing need for 'developed' communities and cultures to become aware of the limitations of fossil fuel energy sources we presently depend on, and of local actions to change.
    Positive inspiration for us all to get involved with adaptating our ways of living to use less energy and creating alternative ways of producing energy locally to power more sustainable livelihoods. Introducing the idea that innovations, communication and community action are all helping to drive changes in policy that promote increased use of current sunlight, wind, water, geothermal energy and permaculture methods to support our lives and maintain our livelihoods into the future. Liz
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