We are a grassroots action group working to build a sustainable and resilient Albuquerque. We are kicking the fossil fuel habit as individuals, neighborhoods, and as a city. We are relocalizing our food, education, products, and jobs, lowering our cost of living and improving our health and community spirit. Together, we are capable of coping with the ecological, energy, economic, and equity crises as we become interdependent yet self-reliant.


Join us for our monthly gatherings where we network, discuss sustainability and resilience in Albuquerque, get updates from our work groups, share food, scheme ideas, do activities, and learn something new.

Our next gathering is Wednesday, January 10th, 2018, 6:30-8:30pm at First Unitarian Church (Carlisle & Comanche, map here) in the Memorial Hall.

Fossil Fuel Free by 2023: A Personal Challenge
Wednesday, January 10, 6:30pm
@ First Unitarian Church
(SW corner of Carlisle & Comanche NE)
in the Memorial Hall (smaller hall west of courtyard).
Potluck at 6:30, presentation 7-8:30pm.

We’re going to start the new year hearing from one Transitioner who has made the ambitious goal to be Fossil-Fuel Free by 2023!

The president of NM Solar Energy Association, Athena Christodoulou, was slowly and haphazardly working toward fossil-fuel freedom. The recent hurricanes and fires, national politics, and business as usual in New Mexico inspired her to step up her game. Come join us to find out how personal choices can help YOU leave fossil fuel behind and still live a fine life!

What to bring*: (*If you can. No one will be turned away)

  • A dish to share for the potluck
  • Your ABQ CO2 Pledge, or your New Years Resolution(s)
  • A few dollars to help keep Transition ABQ running

If you’re coming, let us know on the facebook event and share it with your friends!