Transition Berkeley brings neighbors and community members together to build a more equitable, regenerative, self-reliant future for Berkeley. We envision a strong, diverse local economy, with greatly reduced dependence on fossil fuels, and a healthy, cooperative, rewarding community life.
Catherine Sutton, the founder and heart of Transition Albany, died of a sudden heart attack on Dec. 5th, 2016. Catherine's kindness, wisdom and unswerving committment to creating a culture that lives in harmony with the earth will be well remembered in her community. She is an inspiration to many who have been lucky to cross her path and share in her joy for life.
An alter table has been set up in front of PLACE, 1121 64th Street, off San Pablo, in Oakland by the bulletin board for folks to honor Catherine Sutton. This is being made available for people to honor her and share their grief, pain, love and show rememberance.
Transition Berkeley Repair Cafés keep stuff out of the Landfill.