We’ve produced a number of books, and a film that are available to buy.
21 stories of Transition
The power of just doing stuff
Something is stirring. People around the world are deciding that the well-being of their local community and its economy lies with them. They’re people like you. They’ve had enough, and, rather than waiting for permission, they’re rolling up their sleeves, getting together with friends and neighbours, and doing something about it. Whether they start small or big, they’re finding that just doing stuff can transform their neighbourhoods and their lives.
The Power of Just Doing Stuff argues that this shift represents the seeds of a new economy – the answer to our desperate search for a new way forward – and at its heart is people deciding that change starts with them. Communities worldwide are already modelling a more local economy rooted in place, in well-being, in entrepreneurship and in creativity. And it works. Published: 2013
|For UK orders: £10.99||Europe: £13.50||Rest of World: £14.75|
In Transition 2.0 the film
In Transition 2.0 is the latest full-length film about the Transition movement. It’s an amazing story about how Transition groups around the world are responding to the challenges of depleting and costly energy resources, financial instability and environmental change.
For any enquiries related to public screenings, or any general enquiries related to the film, please contact email@example.com.
You can now see the entire film for free on YouTube, or the Internet Archive, and you can embed it into your site, download it in DVD ISO, Ogg Video and h.264 MP4 formats. It has been made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0.
If you would like a DVD copy (or several copies) of In Transition 2.0, we are happy to send via mail (at no cost for the disc) and ask that you cover the postage costs via our donate page. Please contact Amber with your mailing address for this option.
The DVD features the following subtitles, all of which have been done by volunteers in their respective countries: Albanian, Croatian, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish.