When I visit Transition groups around the world, I hear many of the same questions over and over. "How do we engage a wider cross-section of our community?"/"how do we make a living out of this stuff?"/"how do we build stronger bridges to the local council and local businesses?"
REconomy is one of the best responses to all these questions, offering a series of activities, and a fresh way of thinking that meets more widely perceived needs, while also building a real relevance to far more people than just talking abstractly about "building local resilience". It's the invitation to shift our thinking, shift what we do, and step up in truly exhilarating ways.
Central to it is the idea that WE can do this, that creating the new economy that better meets our needs starts with us, here, now.
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