Rob Hopkins: "In New Zealand for example, which is very grassroots driven, they decided not to sign the MoU we had suggested at all, and instead they developed their own model. And we wholeheartedly supported them in that. In Brazil, Transition is emerging at the grassroots, translating both the model and the materials into the culture of the place – and we’re doing as much as we can to support that. So, while we’re not trying to dictate the form or approach, we are absolutely adamant that the emergence of Transition needs to be a collaborative process, built on the foundations of vibrant Transition initiatives at the local level, and that any new reframings of the Transition model emerge in the same way."
sounds very good! I am happy to learn that. Thats exactly the path I suggest we take. Very encouraging.