Engaging a New Generation with the Transition Movement

posted Sunday, April 8, 2012        

Engaging a New Generation with the Transition Movement

One of the best things about the Transition movement is our ability to learn from each other’s efforts. When we take time to document our challenges, successes, or discoveries, we create opportunities for others to learn from them. Similarly, we benefit when we can adapt the techniques that others have pioneered or when we can avoid the pitfalls that others have revealed. I hope you will join others across the U.S. in contributing to this work by taking this survey and sharing it with other organizers.

How Transition Initiatives Engage with Young People

I am also happy to share with you the encouragement that Transition US generously offered this week in its e-newsletter: “We’re so excited about this project, that we want to ask TI organizers to help Evan by checking out the survey and contributing their experiences and perspective.”

In order to bring together insights from Transition initiatives across the country about engaging a new generation with the Transition movement, I need your help. I will provide you with the findings of this survey as soon as they are available, but their value depends directly upon your participation and that of other Transition organizers like you. Whether you have ideas and aspirations to share or specific experiences to relate, your participation is vital. Please take a few minutes to take the survey and share this request with the other organizers of your initiative.

Thank you for your commitment to the essential work of Transition.


Evan Frisch

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