Before we knew we needed low-carbon living, the Fellowship for Intentional Community was pioneering what it could look like, in the form of residential intentional communities. Until recently, the main driver for most communities forming wasn’t climate change, it was wanting a higher quality, more socially connected and secure life. It turns out, however, that what we’ve learned about community has a critical and timely application: responding to the climate crisis.
The world needs what we have to offer, and we are very pleased to have launched our four-part climate disruption response campaign, which includes my new book. We need your help to make that campaign successful!
This campaign is helping us bring what we’ve learned to as many people as possible who want to live ecologically sound, secure and joyful lives. We know that’s not a pipe dream, and you can help us get that word out by making a donation in the last few days of this campaign.
Right now, we all need hope: not feel-good, look-away-from-what’s-real, psuedo-hope, but practical, grounded, real hope, grounded in our 30 years of working together to pioneer resilience. FIC knows we have it to bring through this initiative, and we need your help for us to be able to get that hope out into the world through these publications and talks.
We are about halfway to our fundraising goal of $8,000: please join us today and share in the knowledge of how to make low-carbon living real!