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Fremantle in Transition Network

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Fremantle in Transition was created by Director of the Ekistic Integral Permaculture Institute, a division of Gaiaradia Academy, an earth-in-transition educational service, on August 29th, 2023. Talks and presentations on the Transition Network and on the Fremantle in Transition Network will be given at the 20-21 April 2024 Gaiarcadia Summit on EcoCiviliation Transformation & the Dawn of the Gaianthropocene, and articles based upon interviews with Transition Network leaders in several countries will be published in Whole Life Times https://wholelifetimes.org, a free subscription e-magazine of holistic health & sustainable living. To subscribe for free send an email to subscribe@wholelifetimes.org with the subject: SUBSCRIBE-ME. To see a recent issue see https://wholelifetimes.org/current-issue/ ...
August 29th, 2023
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Unconstituted (a group of individuals)
Somewhat Active
  • Community Growing
  • Nature
  • Community hub or activities
  • Community visioning / imagination work
  • Building local networks
  • Local economy or new economy projects
  • Wellbeing or Inner Transition
  • Energy
Fremantle in Transition Network News is published in https://wholelifetimes.org, a free subscription e-magazine of holistic health & sustainable living, published since 1982. To subscribe for free send an email to subscribe@wholelifetimes.org with the subject: SUBSCRIBE-ME. To see a recent issue see https://wholelifetimes.org/current-issue/ ...

According to the City of Fremantle – One Planet Living Annual Report 2020-21, pp21: “Fremantle continues to lead the way in using One Planet Living at a city and town level. Fremantle sets the gold standard for sustainability not just in Australia, but globally. ” This is just a lot of green-spin and the council does nothing to encourage permaculture design or practice by its home owner and renters. F.I.T. aims to educate and help members take steps beyond just recycling measures, towards retrofitting suburbia, local degrowth ecological economics, deep adaptation strategies, using verges and open space for urban agriculture, and more. F.I.T. uses alternative media like WholeLifeTimes.org to get indepth articles published that explores the above topics, local and state green politics, sustainable living, town-city-civilizational eco-transformation, gaian paradigm upshift, global regenerative healing, etc.

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