This is a challenge. Yet, there are many examples out there, of people who don't just apply sustainable technology, but who approach life in a new way, that is more compatible with nature.
I've started looking for signs, ideas and projects out there, and started compiling (or, as they prefer to call it: "curating") a new website at http://www.scoop.it/t/transition-culture.
Scoop.it is a new free web-service out there, enabling people to collect resources on a specific theme. If you like this website, I'd like to invite you contribute links to interesting resources, if you come across such, and if they provide some deeper insights into the 'transition' thing, than just organic gardening or permaculture design (this is still important, but lots of information on that is accessible out there already.) Also, I'm not so much interested in fear-mongering about peak-oil and climate change, but rather show the really innovative developments and changes that arise from a change in paradigm.
Written by Christoph Hensch