Julie Richardson of Schumacher College is the co-founder of the first ever graduate program for the transition movement. Learn more about the rationale, design, and hope-for impact of the program after the jump. Read more »
Microscopic spinning orbs and spirals of green goo are the answers to our planet's energy crisis and arable land shortage. At least that's what Aaron Baum, a 40-year-old Harvard graduate and Stanford PhD, has concluded. Read more »
Childcare is very expensive—ask any working parent.
According to the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies, full-time infant care in a childcare center in the District of Columbia averages $10,400 per year. Read more »
Though it might seem that there’s not much in the way of silver linings in these dark economic times, there is at least one: as people learn to make do with less, they are discovering the many benefits of sharing. Read more »