Hidetake Enomoto

Japan Transition Towns
November 21, 2017

This book offers a different perspective with regard to how we create our future. Bob points out that we always have to start from the present and also from the people turning to one another, rather than spending so much time and energy in setting goals and laying out plans as if we can control the future.

He makes the case through sharing stories of people who worked and are still working tirelessly to create a different future made possible by "3.11," the historical disaster that hit the coastal region of northeast Japan several years ago. The message and the methods contained in this book apply to people everywhere who are trying to create a different future by creating it differently.