Monthly Archives: February 2012

Peak Oil at the Dinner Table

Last night over dinner with the clan, the conversation turned to the price of gasoline, with recent news projecting that it’ll reach $4 by April and $5 by the end of May.   While the bike shop owners amongst us rejoiced, … Continue reading

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Denise Shardlow Designs – Elkins Park

In my work with Transition Philadelphia, I have, increasingly, become aware of activities and businesses that are aligned with building local community resilience.  The energy toward this is, necessarily, strong and positive and widespread. One clear consequence of my participation … Continue reading

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Direct Congress | Governance By The People

Cory Suter, a member of Transition Philadelphia and founder of BioNeighbors, has dreamt up a new project: Direct Congress. Direct Congress is the next evolution of human achievement in good governance, where We the People can direct our Congress by … Continue reading

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