Rob Hopkins: What Can A Small Town In England Teach Us About Resilience? Community organizer Rob Hopkins argues that individuals, towns and communities have a large role to play in lowering our dependence on fossil fuels.
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What Can A Small Town In England Teach Us About Resilience?

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What Can A Small Town In England Teach Us About Resilience?

What Can A Small Town In England Teach Us About Resilience?

What Can A Small Town In England Teach Us About Resilience?

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About Rob Hopkins' TED Talk

Community organizer Rob Hopkins argues that individuals, towns and communities have a large role to play in lowering our dependence on fossil fuels.

About Rob Hopkins

Rob Hopkins is the founder of the Transition movement, a community-driven approach to creating societies independent of fossil fuels. In the face of climate change, he developed the concept of Transition Initiatives — communities that produce their own goods and services, curb the need for transportation and take other measures to prepare for a possible post-oil future.