Next Meetup

4th meeting of community & environmental rights book group
Discussion of We the People – Stories from the Community Rights movement in the United States, by Thomas Lindsey and Anneke Campbell (2016), PM Press. Participants are exploring the potential for Durham to adopt a Bill of Rights to protect community and nature. For book (free e-book with purchase), go to: https://secure.pmpress.org/index.php?l=product_detail&p=810. Newcomers welcome (even if you didn’t read in advance)! We’ll pass the hat (suggested donations $5/no one turned away. light refreshments served.

Recyclique/CommunEcos

2811 Hillsborough Rd · Durham, NC

What we're about

Our mission is to help build mutually supportive resilient communities that are self reliant in terms of energy, food and other resources, allowing us to minimize the impact from the challenges of climate change, the end of cheap oil, and an uncertain economy. We seek to accomplish this by promoting local production, distribution, and consumption of energy, food, and other resources, while connecting with local organizations as well as other transition communities at regional, national, and international levels. We believe that we have to act together and we have to act now by tapping the collective genius of our community to construct ways of living that are enriching, supportive of one another, and that fit within the limits of our planet. Transition Durham seeks to: * serve as a conduit of information to increase awareness in the community of the existing challenges and potential solutions * support existing efforts in transition-related areas (e.g., energy conservation, food production, alternative transportation, etc) * connect people and groups to foster cross-fertilization of ideas, develop creative solutions, and initiate new actions.

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