LIke others I get the feeling, that the government is beginning to wake up to peak oil, energy and food security. My take on what this means for Transition initiatives and the like is that it becomes ever more important for us to find ways to get the government to also wake up to genuine community involvement. See for example, Rob Hopkins comment on the The Role of Communities in the UK Low Carbon Transition Plan (scored as 2 out of 10)

I just don't see that this Plan can possibly lead to a serious enough transition, unless or until the government properly, fairly, respectfully and totally transparently involves all communities (as Local Agenda 21 at least started to do) rather than just the usual token few.

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