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What will it take to provide real hope for young people?

I think there is only one thing.  Young people will have hope when they see that society as a whole is passionately committed to transitioning to a life-affirming global culture, rather than continuing on our present course of ecological self-destruction and societal breakdown. How would they know that this commitment exists? Just as in wartime […]

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How volunteering transforms our life

Volunteering at a charity can be quite a humbling experience and can reach deep into your own life, as you reflect and think deeper about the wider world. In a recent volunteering experience at Newtown Neighbourhood Centre, Stuart Barrett was transformed at one of the largest support centres for homeless people in Sydney. This is […]

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What will it take to provide real hope for young people?

Inspiring Transition Founder Andrew Gaines believes hope for young people comes from a massive social transition to a life-sustaining society: The daughters of friends of mine have learned about global warming an ocean acidification in school. Frightening stuff! On current trends they will certainly experience traumatic societal breakdown as global food supplies unravel and ever […]

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Awesome tips for taking action

  Small steps are good. Big steps are fun. Taking action to protect our environment and our vulnerable people is not a chore –  it’s an invitation to add satisfaction, meaning and happiness to your life.  An opportunity live a life where you are are proud that your actions on a daily basis are ones […]

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The Symposium and the Ethical Shopping Guide

From Pradeepa Timmermans, Guide to Ethical Supermarket Shopping www.ethical.org.au Clint and I attended the symposium when our son Neo, was 2 months old. During the section where you envisage yourself sitting and talking with your great, great grandchildren, both Clint and I felt that we were not doing what we really could to create positive change […]

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