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Our new theme dips back into our archive to look at some of our best posts from the past...

Resilience in Action!

Our thoughts go out to all those affected by the earthquake in central Italy

On the road...

Rob Hopkins recently visited Wuppertal and Essen in Germany, seeing Transitions on various scales...

Our new theme: 'From the Archive'

 Attack

Our latest piece from the archive, Rob Hopkins' 'How Tough Is Your Skin?', was a fascinating exploration of what to do if your Transition initiative comes under attack, and talks to George Monbiot, Bill McKibben and others for their strategies for coping with hostility.  

Check it out here.

On becoming a hop farmer.

Rob Hop. 

Rob Hopkins celebrates his first year of growing hops for a local brewery's Hop Club, and the possibilities it opens up...

Read more here.

Activity of the Fortnight

Transition Chesterfield's Potato Day.  

Planning and putting on events: what are the keys to your Transition events being a success?  Been looking for a checklist to ensure your events run as smoothly as possible?  It's all gathered here in this selection from our Support Offer. 

Step-by-step guide here.

New REconomy Guides published

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Two new REconomy guides have just been published: The UK REconomy Project's 'The Do-Ocracy Handbook: organisational types and legal structures', and Transition US's '25 Enterprises that build resilience'.  

Download the UK guide here, and the US one here

Transition Network is seeking new Trustees

 

Transition Network is looking for three new Trustees/Directors, including a Co-Chair of the Board of Trustees.  Closing Date: 29th September 2016.

Read more here.

Review and Competition: 'Born on Third Base'

Chuck Collins 

We review Chuck Collins' new book 'Born on Third Base', and you can win a copy in our Collins-themed competition! 

Read more here.

Latest Transition Culture blog post

The UK REconomy Project have just published a new 'How To Guide' by Mark Simmonds, entitled 'The Do-Ocracy Handbook: organisational types and legal structures'.  It's a wonderful thing, and you can download it for free here.  Here's how the REconomy folks introduce it: "Want to take...