Cities in a Steady State Economy Cities continue to serve as centers of culture and commerce in steady state economies. But these re-designed cities have smaller populations working and living in more compact land areas. Buildings and transportation networks are much more efficient, requiring fewer energy resources, and nature and gardens are re-integrated into city landscapes. At the same time, local cooperative enterprises, businesses, and regional trade activities generate good prospects for employment. Cities
Transition Towns Australia Transition Town presentationWoodford Folk FestivalDecember 27, 2011 at 11amin the wonderful Greenhouse Making the Transition to local foodCelebrating Transition Towns around the world who are getting out there, seeding, creating and building resilient, localised food systems in all their shapes and forms. The presentation will feature international and local action on local food systems.