Rob Hopkins speaks to Alex Lawrie about Go-op, a highly ambitious attempt to create the first co-operatively owned train operating company in the UK.
Rob Hopkins shares an audio highlight of last week’s multi-voice reflection looking back over 10 years of Transition in Totnes.
Young, wanting to travel, and into Transition? We may have just the thing…
Rob Hopkins reflects on a recent Panorama programme about the rise of sleeplessness in young people (and can’t decide on a title).
One of our ‘21 Stories of Transition‘, the Transition Community Cafe, is recognised with a prestigious award.
As Transition Network turns 10, Rob Hopkins looks back to when it all began…
Rob Hopkins reviews a new book “Advertising Shits In Your Head” which argues that the best strategy for dealing with the advertising industry is to take it on headfirst.
Martin Charter reports on Farnham’s Repair Cafe [original here].
Hilary Jennings interviews playwright Ella Hickson about her play ‘Oil’.
Our great Transition resource, the Transition Ingredients Cards, are now available in four languages.
Degrowth and Transition debated on Dominican TV show…
“Transition is more important than ever in a world of Donald Trump”, Richard Heinberg tells us.
Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer la publication de la version française du ‘Le Guide Essentiel de la Transition‘. Traduit par Caroline Durieux et ses collègues de Réseau Transition, le Belgian Transition Hub, c’est un merveilleux ajout, rejoignant les versions anglaise et espagnole déjà existantes, et les prochaines versions russe et chinoise. We are delighted to announce […]
Rob Hopkins reports back from a packed 3 day programme of talks and events in France.
A tweet moves Rob Hopkins to share a personal experience from his family’s life.
Last week we published our new guide, ‘How to do Transition in your University/College’ by Maria Cooper. Today we share an excerpt from it, which sets out seven key characteristics of doing Transition in a University setting.
We talk community development with Cormac Russell.
Rob Hopkins offers, through somewhat gritted teeth, some reflections on Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Chuck Whitehead of Transition Town Tooting shares exciting news from the ‘Gardens of Refuge’ partnership project.
Tracey Wheatley of Transition Wekerle in Hungary shares her initiative’s story. Originally published by Transit.
In the shortest blog of his life, Rob Hopkins offers 50 words that capture the future of the economy.
Naresh Giangrande‘s final report from his recent adventures with a round up of his time spent in Dominica, and insights gleaned.
Everything you need to know re. the UK community-led rollout of the film Tomorrow.
Maria Cooper introduces the newest Transition Network publication: A Guide to doing Transition in your University or College, published today.
Naresh Giangrande reports from the island State of Dominica in the Caribbean. Is Transition something that could assist the island?
Danish Transitioner Tanja Aertebjerg is thinking of going into politics. Should she? She’d love to know what you think.
Rob Hopkins offers a Transition take on a recent blog by Sam Bliss, Aaron Vansintjan called ‘Degrowth Is Punk as F*ck‘.
Naresh Giangrande reports from his last training in America Latina, on Transition in 2 neighbouring towns, and awakens a volcano (possibly).
Deborah Rim Moiso reports on a gathering of Transitioners and other to train, reflect and design following the recent earthquakes in Italy.
The English language ‘Essential Guide to Doing Transition’ has just been joined by a Spanish version, with other languages to follow.
How different would the world be if the grace and poise shown at Standing Rock were to influence our wider political culture? Very different.
Isabel Carlisle reports from the European Commons Assembly in Brussels.
I tread so carefully, I walk with bare feet in the first Train the Trainer in America Latina.
In which we review ‘Qu’est-ce qu’on attend?‘, Marie-Monique Robin’s wonderful new film about Transition in the village of Ungersheim.
Rob Hopkins discusses aviation with French business students, and sees the Five Stages of Grief in action.
It is with great joy that we present you with the result of many months of hard work by the team at Transition Network – our new website!