Rob reports from COP21 in Paris: Day Eight.

The Solutions COP21 event at Grand Palais that I had visited the previ...

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Rob reports from COP21 in Paris: Day Seven.

Today was the most thought-provoking day, at times viscerally so.  Th...

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COP21: the View From Totnes

A guest blog from Naresh Giangrande: I am not in Paris. I have been fo...

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Rob reports from COP21 in Paris: Day Six

I spent the morning at Place to B doing interviews, one for National G...

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The most beautiful song about Transition yet created?

I’m now over half way through my time here in Paris, and it is p...

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Rob reports from COP21 in Paris: Day Four

Tuesday was kind of a catch up day really, until the evening. I spent ...

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Chris Bird reflects on stories, film premieres and sparkly high heeled shoes.

Chris Bird guest blogs from Paris: A few weeks ago we showed Naomi Kle...

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DEMAIN the film – my first premiere!

Our Guest Reporter Henry Owen reports: Last night I found myself headi...

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Rob reports from COP21 in Paris: Day Five

This shouldn’t take so long as today was, compared to past days,...

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Paris so far – a state of emergency for France and for the planet

Our Paris Roving Reporter Henry Owen reports: So I’m in Paris for CO...

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Rob reports from COP21 in Paris: Day Three

Today was my first visit to La Bourget, the vast conference centre com...

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Rob reports from COP21 in Paris: Day One

This will be a brief report given that it’s late and I need to g...

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Rob reports from COP21 in Paris: Day Two

Paris authorities banned the planned Peoples’ Climate March that...

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How to Soup, French Style (Soupe)

From our Roving Reporter, Henry Owen: So on Saturday I was lucky enoug...

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21 Stories of Transition: reviewed by Emma Postill at Permaculture Magazine.

[Original here]. Launched in time for COP21 in Paris, 21 Stories of T...

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Book Review: Austerity Ecology & the Collapse-Porn Addicts by Leigh Phillips.

I am one of the people who made it to the end of watching the series &...

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A Transitioner’s Guide to COP21 in Paris.

COP21 is the international climate negotiations which, it is hoped, wi...

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Paris: how can we start unpicking the spiral of humiliation and violence?

Last weekend’s dreadful events in Paris were appalling.  Like m...

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Review: 21 Stories of Transition and the Great Imagining: Why Transition Matters

Today Erik Lindberg of Transition Milwaukee reviews ’21 Stories ...

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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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Postcards to Paris : Send your views to #COP21

Do you want to send your views to the Global Climate Conference in Par...

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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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Derbyshire transition towns join together to launch divestment campaign

Seven Derbyshire Transition Town groups have joined together with othe...

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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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November 2015 – Transition Network Newsletter

This month we are delighted to unveil our brilliant new publication, &...

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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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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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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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Other names, other colours: Transition, Latino Style

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

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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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October 2015 – Transition Network Newsletter

We take stock of the conference in this newsletter, begin our Support ...

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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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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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Hannover: City of Possibilities.

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

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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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Book now for the 2015 Transition Camp!

The annual Transition Camp in the heart of Sussex. A time to breathe a...

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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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‘Small is Powerful’: Transition in action in Hungary.

Tracey Wheatley, Communities in Transition programme coordinator and ...

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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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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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A Journey to the Heart

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

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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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September 2015 – Transition Network Newsletter

This month has the latest buzz about the conference, and also the star...

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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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