Introducing our new Transition Universities Guide

IN Knowledge & learning / Blog

Introducing our new Transition Universities Gu...

Maria Cooper introduces the newest Transition Network publication: A G...

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Dominica in Transition?

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Dominica in Transition?

Naresh Giangrande reports from the island State of Dominica in the Car...

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Should Tanja run for election?

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Should Tanja run for election?

Danish Transitioner Tanja Aertebjerg is thinking of going into politic...

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Is being “punk as f*ck” really where it’s at?

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Is being “punk as f*ck” really where it’...

Rob Hopkins offers a Transition take on a recent blog by Sam Bliss, Aa...

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In the Shadow of the Volcano: Transition in Pucón and Villarrica

IN Knowledge & learning / Blog

In the Shadow of the Volcano: Transition in Pu...

Naresh Giangrande reports from his last training in America Latina, o...

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Emerging in the Emergency

IN Inner Transition / Blog

Emerging in the Emergency

Deborah Rim Moiso reports on a gathering of Transitioners and other to...

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Naresh Giangrande’s Tale of Two Colombian Transition Groups

IN News

Naresh Giangrande’s Tale of Two Colombia...

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Activity of the Month: The Essential Guide to Doing Transition (English & Spanish!)

IN Culture & Society / 'How to'

Activity of the Month: The Essential Guide to ...

The English language ‘Essential Guide to Doing Transition’...

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The day Theresa May visited Standing Rock

IN Culture & Society / Blog

The day Theresa May visited Standing Rock

How different would the world be if the grace and poise shown at Stand...

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Transition and the Commons: freeing our imaginations

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Transition and the Commons: freeing our imagin...

Isabel Carlisle reports from the European Commons Assembly in Brussels...

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Naresh Giangrande on movement building in America Latina

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Naresh Giangrande on movement building in Amer...

I tread so carefully, I walk with bare feet in the first Train the Tra...

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Film Review: ‘Qu’est-ce qu’on attend?‘ (‘What are we waiting for?’)

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Film Review: ‘Qu’est-ce qu’on attend?‘...

In which we review ‘Qu’est-ce qu’on attend?‘, Marie-Monique Ro...

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December 2016 – Transition Newsletter

IN News

December 2016 – Transition Newsletter

Thoughts on ways of weaning us off fossil fuels and responding to elec...

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November 2016 – Transition Network Newsletter

IN News

November 2016 – Transition Network Newsl...

We open this month with review of an irony free film about Climate Cha...

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October 2016 – Transition Network Newsletter

IN News

October 2016 – Transition Network Newsle...

Introduction: Our usual editor, Mike Grenville, is currently off cycli...

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Riding a wave – our experience of the month’s public voting stage of the Aviva Community Fund

IN Culture & Society / Community

Riding a wave – our experience of the mo...

   

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Invest in the future, not the past: 4 reasons to divest from fossil fuels

IN Blog

Invest in the future, not the past: 4 reasons ...

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Can we learn to embrace a future of less flying?

IN News

Can we learn to embrace a future of less flyin...

Rob Hopkins discusses aviation with French business students, and sees...

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Introducing … our new website!

IN News

Introducing … our new website!

It is with great joy that we present you with the result of many month...

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Podcast: The caring town fair

IN Culture & Society / News

Podcast: The caring town fair

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Before President Trump, fetch wood, carry water. After President Trump, fetch wood, carry water.

IN Blog

Before President Trump, fetch wood, carry wate...

Oh my goodness.  The US actually elected Donald Trump.  What does th...

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Bubbles, Struggles, Soils and Troubles

IN Food & drink / Blog

Bubbles, Struggles, Soils and Troubles

On Monday November 31st I returned from Romania; fittingly for Hallow...

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Hub of the Month: Belgium

IN Blog

Hub of the Month: Belgium

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What the long, red-legged scissorman did next

IN Blog

What the long, red-legged scissorman did next

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10 essential ingredients of a “Good Brexit”

IN Blog

10 essential ingredients of a “Good Brex...

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Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Before the Flood’: A Review

IN Blog

Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Before the Flood’: ...

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Breathing new life into old computers

IN Culture & Society / 'How to'

Breathing new life into old computers

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Are smoking cannabis and saving the planet mutually exclusive?

IN Culture & Society / Health

Are smoking cannabis and saving the planet mut...

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Transition in Action 2 – Living the Life, Walking the Walk in the Transition Age

IN News

Transition in Action 2 – Living the Life...

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Amatrice Regeneration – rebuilding resilience after the Central Italy earthquake

IN Natural environment / Climate Change

Amatrice Regeneration – rebuilding resil...

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Can Funders do Systems change? Learning From Supporting the New Economy

IN REconomy / 'How to'

Can Funders do Systems change? Learning From S...

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The meaning of Brexit? It’s the movement

IN REconomy / Community

The meaning of Brexit? It’s the movement

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Marie-Monique Robin on her new film ‘Qu’est-ce qu’on attend’ (‘What are we waiting for?’)

IN Built environment / Community

Marie-Monique Robin on her new film ‘Qu&...

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Celebrating the life of Dr. David Fleming.

IN Culture & Society / Celebration

Celebrating the life of Dr. David Fleming.

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Mallorca: Island of Possibilities

IN Culture & Society / Community

Mallorca: Island of Possibilities

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A flying (‘training’?) visit to Barcelona

IN Knowledge & learning / News

A flying (‘training’?) visit to Ba...

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When bottom-up action takes its place at the table.

IN Culture & Society / News

When bottom-up action takes its place at the t...

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Docteur Who? A dazzling day in Namur.

IN Culture & Society / Celebration

Docteur Who? A dazzling day in Namur.

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Rob Hopkins’ Foreword for David Fleming’s ‘Surviving the Future’

IN Culture & Society / Celebration

Rob Hopkins’ Foreword for David Fleming&...

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Falling into Place: action points from the Transitionese project

IN News

Falling into Place: action points from the Tra...

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“A crowd, a host of golden Chanterelles”: my wild mushroom initiation

IN Culture & Society / News

“A crowd, a host of golden Chanterelles&...

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New REconomy Guide: ‘The Do-Ocracy Handbook’

IN REconomy / News

New REconomy Guide: ‘The Do-Ocracy Handb...

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Book Review and Competition: ‘Born on Third Base’ by Chuck Collins.

IN Arts / Blog

Book Review and Competition: ‘Born on Th...

Book Review: Born on Third Base: a one percenter makes the case for ta...

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From the Archive: The Ghosts of Shoppers Past: why assumptions matter

IN Built environment / Blog

From the Archive: The Ghosts of Shoppers Past:...

Here is a blog by Rob Hopkins from March 2013: Berry Pomeroy Castle ne...

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Rob ‘Hop King’: my first year as a hop farmer

IN Food & drink / Blog

Rob ‘Hop King’: my first year as a...

As someone fascinated by the craft beer movement, in particular the re...

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From the Archive: Cara Naden reflects on being flooded in Somerset.

IN Natural environment / Blog

From the Archive: Cara Naden reflects on being...

For our next ‘From the Archive’ post we go back to March 2...

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Exploring Transitions in Wuppertal

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Exploring Transitions in Wuppertal

The day after the 10th anniversary of the Unleashing of Transition Tow...

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From the Archive: Sophy Banks on The Power of Not Doing Stuff.

IN Inner Transition / Blog

From the Archive: Sophy Banks on The Power of ...

As part of our ‘From the Archive’ theme, today we revisit ...

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When Loorbach met Hopkins: on Transition and research

IN Knowledge & learning / Blog

When Loorbach met Hopkins: on Transition and r...

How might research best support, document and inform both the Transiti...

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Our new theme, ‘From the Archive’, kicks off in the bathroom.

IN Knowledge & learning / Blog

Our new theme, ‘From the Archive’,...

On November 1st, we will be launching and entirely new, redesigned, re...

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Camping in the Anthropocene

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Camping in the Anthropocene

I spent a fair bit of August under canvas.  We had good weather and b...

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September 2016 – Transition Network Newsletter

IN News

September 2016 – Transition Network News...

As autumn takes over from summer, we offer a number of Inner Transitio...

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Resilience in Action!

IN Blog

Resilience in Action!

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

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Emerging a new Culture: exploring new ingredients.

IN Inner Transition / Blog

Emerging a new Culture: exploring new ingredie...

Inner Transition Coordinator, Claire Milne, shares about the Cultural ...

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From Burnout to Balance: Co-creating cultures of collective and self-care

IN Inner Transition / Blog

From Burnout to Balance: Co-creating cultures ...

Inner Transition Coordinator, Claire Milne, shares about Transition Ne...

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August 2016 – Transition Network Newsletter

IN News

August 2016 – Transition Network Newslet...

Summer time and it’s time to take it easy. But before you go we ...

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Light posting during August

IN Blog

Light posting during August

As is the tradition here at TransitionNetwork.org, we’re taking ...

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What I submitted to the Museum of Fossil Fuels

IN Culture & Society / Blog

What I submitted to the Museum of Fossil Fuels

The wonderful Happy Museum just opened an online Museum of Fossil Fuel...

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Exeter Pound launch a £4.50 note.  But why?

IN REconomy / Local currencies

Exeter Pound launch a £4.50 note. But why?

The Exeter Pound is launching a new £E4.50 note on the Quay on Saturd...

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The EU wants to block Romania’s 51% local food shift.  Who cares?

IN Food & drink / Blog

The EU wants to block Romania’s 51% loca...

Amid all the mayhem and turmoil of recent weeks, here’s a news s...

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