Tag Archives: Community

Japan in Transition – Amagasaki Potluck

The next in our series of Guest Blogs from Japan sees us visit Transition Town Amagasaki and hear how Transition Town Kobe started. Since March 11 th , 2011, I feel as if the world is faced with a decision about which way to go. It’s probably not about our decision. It’s more like earth’s […]

Putting things back where they should be – managing waste in Naivasha Town

In the fourth Guest Editor post from Wangūi Kamonji, she takes us to Naivasha Town in Kenya for an inspiring look at a local waste initiative. James Kagwe, who runs a waste management collective called ‘Waste to Best’ in Naivasha Town in Kenya’s Rift Valley. His path has taken him from flower growing to street […]

The Value of Values in Talking Climate #2 – Finding Common Ground

This is the fourth in a series of blogs from our guest editor Kate Heath, an ex-humanitarian worker now based in Paris – exploring how to have constructive conversations about climate change. In last week’s blog, I looked at how the most constructive starting point from which to discuss climate change and energy issues is with […]

A New Year, A New Quest?

This is the first in a series of blogs from our guest editor Kate Heath, an ex-humanitarian worker now based in Paris – exploring how to have constructive conversations about climate change. Welcome to 2018! The year turns – and a moment of Re-Beginning opens… This year, will you be having fresh and inviting conversations about […]

Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation: Helen Ross

Helen Ross from the The University of Queensland – School of Agriculture and Food Sciences – is author of the chapter ‘Linking Theory and Practice of Community Resilience’, in the recently published ‘Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation’. Here, she answers a few questions about her contribution to the book.

Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation: Maja Göpel

Maja Göpel, Head of the Berlin Office at the Wuppertal Institute in Germany is author of the chapter ‘Shedding some Light on the Invisible: The Transformative Power of Paradigm Shifts’, in the recently published ‘Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation’. Here, she answers a few questions about her contribution to the book.

Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation: Juan del Río

Juan del Río is a Transition Trainer and coordinator of Red de Transición (Transition Spain).  He co-authored the chapter “Transition in Spain: A First Assessment of Dimensions, Challenges and Opportunities for Transition Town Initiatives”.  This interview is published with thanks to Gesa Maschkowski, Celayne Heaton Shrestha and Tom Henfrey from the Transition Research Network.

Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation: in Portobello – Justin Kenrick

Justin Kenrick introduces the chapter Climate, Commons and Hope: The Transition Movement in Global Perspective which he co-authored. This interview is published with thanks to Gesa Maschkowski, Celayne Heaton Shrestha and Tom Henfrey from the Transition Research Network.