Transition Milwaukee

Rebuilding Community Resilience & Self-Reliance

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For arrangements, please contact Erik Lindberg at: info@transitionmilwaukee.org
 

Welcome to Transition Milwaukee!

Local Resilience, Self- Reliance, Renewable Energy & Cooperation

Transition Milwaukee is part of a larger planet-wide effort to create, enhance and promote community projects, to grow our own food, generate our own power, develop our own economies and rebuild local resilience and self-reliance. Join us, we're growing knowledge and power, and having fun!
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Remembrance of Things Yet to Come

 Remembrance of Things Yet to Come: A Response to Ted TrainerI’m going to make divert slightly from my previously anticipated track to respond to Ted Trainer’s valuable critique of Leigh Phillip’s much-maligned celebration of ecomodernism, Austerity Ecology and the…See More
Apr 18
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T-shirt Bag Workshop at Bay View EcoVillage

July 7, 2014 from 1pm to 3pm
Let's make no-sew bags from T-shirts.  It's so easy a child can do it, which is why all ages are encouraged to attend this workshop.  Bring a T-shirt you'd like to repurpose or use one we supply.  It can be long-sleeved, short-sleeved, sleeveless, or spaghetti strapped.  They'll all work.  Fabric scissors also will be helpful.See More
Apr 11
Erik Lindberg posted a blog post

Ecotheology, Limits, and Freedom

 Ecotheology, Limits, and Freedom. . . a limitless technology, dependent upon a limitless morality, which is to say upon no morality at all.  How did such a possibility become thinkable?                                                                                                                                --Wendell Berry Pope Francis’s critique of the technocratic paradigm in his Encyclical Letter, On Care for our Common Home, might also be thought of as a critique of a morality of…See More
Apr 7
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Tell your story! an Ex Fabula storytelling workshop at Riverwest Jazz Gallery

April 9, 2016 from 9am to 11:30am
Everyone has a story to tell, and we want to help you share yours! At Ex Fabula Storytelling Workshops, experienced 
storytelling coaches guide you through hands-on, small group exercises to help you find, structure and tell your personal stories – and strengthen community bonds along the way!January’s workshop sold out, so please reserve your space now! Online purchase will close at 5 pm on Friday April 8, 2016.See More
Apr 1
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Remembrance of Things Yet to Come

 

Remembrance of Things Yet to Come: A Response to Ted Trainer

I’m going to make divert slightly from my previously…

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Posted by Erik Lindberg on April 18, 2016 at 12:30pm

Ecotheology, Limits, and Freedom

 

Ecotheology, Limits, and Freedom

. . . a limitless technology, dependent upon a limitless morality, which is to say upon no morality at all.  How did such a possibility become…

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Posted by Erik Lindberg on April 7, 2016 at 7:24pm

Pope Francis's Ecological Vision: A Sojourner's Guide to the Closed World

By Erik Lindberg

A Sojourner’s Guide to the Closed World

 This is fifth in a series on the future of freedom.  Previous…

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Posted by Erik Lindberg on February 28, 2016 at 8:00am

To Paris and Beyond: Climate and Freedom

To Paris and Beyond: Climate and Freedom

by Erik Lindberg

 

For the modern radical is as confident in the moral expression of his stances…

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Posted by Erik Lindberg on January 27, 2016 at 7:30am

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