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Lucy Neal reviews ’21 Stories of Transition

If your kitchen table is like ours, a stream of unrelated inanimate an...

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John Thackara reviews ’21 Stories of Transition’

With fewer than three weeks to go until the start of COP21, the UN’s...

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Guest Blog by Anne Rucchetto and Blake Poland: Lessons from Inner Transition in Canada

Thanks to Anne and Blake for sending me this – an account of the...

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New video: Telling the Transition Story – a workshop

Last week we introduced a piece of work we have been doing at Transiti...

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“I think this is what I’d call a serious launch”: launching ’21 Stories of Transition’

Yesterday we gathered with Totnes Mayor Jacqi Hodgson to formally laun...

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What would the death of the Global Industrial Growth System mean for you?

One of the most innovative and well received elements of the Internati...

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The Transition Story: Time to stop talking about climate change?

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Why COP21 matters, and why I’m going.

On Monday we launch our new book ’21 Stories of Transition’...

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Practical Projects: Northaw Community Orchard – Mud, Sweat and Volunteers!

Back in 2010 a few of us hardy souls formed Northaw Transition, in our...

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Julie Brown on food and fairness

In our final post on our theme of fairness, we talk to Julie Brown.  ...

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Transitioners’ Digest (September – October 2015) Fairness

Over the last 2 months we have been looking into Fairness from a varie...

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Syria on your doorstep: a community response to refugees in Hungary

Today we have a guest post from Tracey Wheatley, co-ordinator of the T...

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Nicole Vosper on seeing prisons as “one massive creative design opportunity”

When I went to the recent 2015 International Permaculture Convergence,...

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Other names, other colours: Transition, Latino Style

We recently came across this great article, written by Tracy L Barnett...

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Our new Support Offer theme: Practical Projects

Over the next couple of months we’ll be exploring Practical Proj...

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Hannover: City of Possibilities.

Lay out the map of Hannover and the first thing that strikes you is th...

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What might a Transition response to the refugee crisis look like?

It’s a question many people are asking, and it’s one that ...

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Starbucks – or stations as pollinators? A weary traveller reflects

I was recently travelling to Ungersheim in France to give a talk, a jo...

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Un jour remarquable à Ungersheim, un Village en transition

On me demande souvent à quoi cela ressemblerait si un gouvernement lo...

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Transition Network Conference 2015 – Write up

The 2015 Transition Network International Conference was the first we&...

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A remarkable day in Ungersheim, a Village in Transition

I am often asked the question what it might look like if a local gover...

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How does the Exeter Pound build fairness?

It’s a few weeks since the Exeter Pound, which we last caught up...

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Richard Wilkinson on fairness and equality.

Richard Wilkinson is Emeritus Professor of Social Epidemiology at the ...

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Geoff Lawton on food, fairness and permaculture design.

One of the highlights of the recent International Permaculture Confere...

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Opinion: Community energy is too good an opportunity to miss.

While government can famously tend to be siloed, each department worki...

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Juliet Davenport on energy and fairness

Juliet Davenport is the founder and CEO of Good Energy, who are the ma...

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We do fantastic conferences. But don’t just take it from us…

It’s just over 2 weeks until the Transition Network Internationa...

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A Journey to the Heart

  A Journey to the Heart In 6 weeks, and having walked 300 miles acro...

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Transition in Australia: an open letter to Transitioners

Clare Power just finished her PhD looking at Transition in Australia, ...

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Introducing the Requiem for the Global Industrial Growth System

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On why the 2015 Transition Network Conference is guaranteed to buzz

Sophy Banks reflects on why this year’s Transition Network Inter...

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Why Good Energy are sponsoring the Transition Network conference

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Fairness in Transition

The website theme for September and October 2015 is Fairness – h...

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Editorial: Sophy Banks on Fairness in Transition

Today we launch our new theme of ‘Fairness’ with an editor...

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When the Hummingbird hawk-moth came to visit

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Book Review: ‘Everything Gardens’ by Luigi Russi.

Academic work on Transition can often be infuriating rather than illum...

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Possible Transition Hub for England…and Wales?

Transition Network now has an expanding and evolving group of National...

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Transition Network Conference 2015: The Community Energy revolution

From July to September we will be highlighting content and key themes ...

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Shaun Chamberlin on the Ecological Land Coop.

Food is an issue that galvanizes so many Transition communities, but m...

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Transitioners’ Digest (May-June 2015) REconomy

We’ve had a fascinating couple of months going into our REconomy...

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Transition Cobham’s Community Garden Crowdfunder campaign

Stéphanie Jacometti of Transition Cobham tells the story of their rec...

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When the Transition movement met the Blue Economy

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Reflections on 5 years of REconomy, and a goodbye

This is one of the last blog posts I will be writing in my role as coo...

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What does REconomy look like … in the United States?

In 2014 the United States was amongst those that joined forces as an i...

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The inspiring tale of the re imagining of Preston’s economy.

We are often asked “what would a Transition local government loo...

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REconomy Reflections: four short REconomy videos

Here we gather in one place the four videos we recently produced about...

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Survey: please help us shape Transition Network’s new website!

TransitionNetwork.org is being redeveloped and we would value your inp...

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A poem from Drew Dellinger: re:vision

As we explore our theme of REconomy, we are trying to do so in a varie...

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How to resource the core of your initiative?

One of the three REconomy Guides published recently was Jo Taylor̵...

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An evening at the Lambeth Local Entrepreneur Forum

Last month’s Local Entrepreneur Forum in Totnes was the fourth, ...

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What does REconomy look like … in Portugal?

Creating livelihood is more than earning a living. It is about quality...

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Unveiling three essential new REconomy guides for Transition groups

Today we’d like to introduce two more free guides from the REcon...

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An interview with Julian Dobson: “It’s time to raise a glass to the New Economy”

Julian Dobson is a writer and researcher, as well as one of the co-fou...

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Tina Clarke: Community Engagement & the Transition Principles

Today’s guest blog on the theme of community engagement is by Ti...

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On being followed by Bethany. And Lily.

The internet and social media have so changed our world and our brains...

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One Minute Review: The Art of Natural Building

‘The Art of Natural Building’ was one of my very favourite...

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New Events Toolkit for Transition initiatives published

The REconomy Project’s ‘Events Toolkit for Transition Initiatives...

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What does REconomy look like in … Linlithgow?

Alan Brown of Transition Linlithgow (TL) in Scotland participated in ...

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The day Transition Wilmslow won me in a competition.

It’s not often that I’m won in a competition.  Transition...

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What is a Transition-oriented enterprise?

Reposted from REconomy.org: The aspirational principles laid out below...

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