U.S. Military 2010 "Joint Operating Environment" Report warning of national security effects of peak oil and climate change
2011 Farmer's Market Guide
Community Resilience Toolkit
Skilling up for Transition
Mayor Mick Cornett
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Ward 1 - James Greiner
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Ward 2 - Dr. Ed Shadid
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Ward 3 - Larry McAtee
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Ward 4 - Pete White
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Ward 5 - David Greenwell
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Ward 6 - Meg Salyer
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Ward 7 - John A. Pettis Jr.
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Ward 8 - Patrick Ryan
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I am writing to urge you to pass the updated urban agricultural ordinances which have already been approved by the Planning Commission, including the provision to allow urban hens.
Big league cities like New York City, Los Angeles, and Dallas allow urban chickens and so should we!
Oklahoma City VoterThe OKC Urban Agricultural Ordinance is endorsed by:
Wondering what the future will look like - with an uncertain economic climate, volatile fossil fuel prices, and a deep dependence on oil that is getting more difficult and expensive?
Transition OKC believes that we can work together to become less dependent on imports of food and oil while building communities less vulnerable to downturns in the economy. Working together, we can build a strong local economy that keeps money local and re-circulating around our city. Working together, we can reconnect our neighborhoods, communities and families to help each other through good times and bad.
What does Transition OKC do?
Transition OKC is a catalyst for Oklahoma City's transition to local resilience: strong, healthy, vibrant communities, sustainable local systems (food, energy, water, transportation), and resilient local economies.
- Organizes projects to help people and communities become more resilient.
- Hosts networking events to connect people interested in local food, resilient economies and sustainable systems.
- Organizes and sponsors film screenings and other events to raise awareness about energy, economic and environmental issues.
- Offers workshops and trainings to learn skills such as gardening, solar cooking, permaculture, and rainwater harvesting.
- Supports "going local" through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and our local resources guide, and by involving and promoting local vendors.
- Promotes the activities of the many great organizations in the Oklahoma City area that are building community, resilience, and sustainability.