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Transition Ingredients Cards: in English, Italian and Chinese!

Transition Culture - 13 February 2017 - 10:54am

Our great Transition resource, the Transition Ingredients Cards, are now available in three languages.

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Transition meets Degrowth on a Caribbean island

Transition Culture - 8 February 2017 - 8:08am

Degrowth and Transition debated on Dominican TV show…

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Richard Heinberg on ‘America First’.

Transition Culture - 6 February 2017 - 7:37am

“Transition is more important than ever in a world of Donald Trump”, Richard Heinberg tells us.

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‘Essential Guide to Doing Transition’ published in French

Transition Culture - 3 February 2017 - 7:00am

Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer la publication de la version française du ‘Le Guide Essentiel
de la Transition‘. Traduit par Caroline Durieux et ses collègues de Réseau Transition, le Belgian Transition Hub, c’est un merveilleux ajout, rejoignant les versions anglaise et espagnole déjà existantes, et les prochaines versions russe et chinoise.

We are delighted to announce the publication of the French version of ‘The Essential Guide to Doing Transition’.  Translated by Caroline Durieux and colleagues at Réseau Transition, the Belgian Transition Hub, it is a wonderful addition, joining the English and Spanish versions already existing, and the forthcoming Russian and Chinese versions.

Also available fullscreen or as a .PDF

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February 2017 – Transition Newsletter

Transition Culture - 2 February 2017 - 4:05pm

We offer antidotes to feeling daunted, such as a real example of how good can overcome hate, enthusiasm for Transition in France, local community activism in Hungary, and ‘Rooting in Tooting’.  Responding to the US election with a heartfelt call for empathy and we have insights into community change. The challenges and opportunities Dominica has could apply to many places, as do these characteristics of doing Transition in an University.

How do I know good can overcome ignorance, spite and hate? Because I’ve seen it.
A tweet moves Rob Hopkins to share a personal experience from his family’s life.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/know-good-can-overcome-ignorance-spite-hate-ive-seen/

“Now you’re all here, and it feels fantastic”: 3 days in France.
Grenoble’s city government are holding a Biennale in March on the theme of ‘Villes en Transition’ (‘Towns in Transition’). Rob Hopkins was at the launch and reports back from a packed 3 day programme of talks and events in France.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/now-youre-feels-fantastic-3-days-france/

7 characteristics of doing Transition in an University
Last week we published our new guide, ‘How to do Transition in your University/College’ by Maria Cooper. Today we share an excerpt from it, which sets out seven key characteristics of doing Transition in a University setting.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/7-characteristics-transition-university/

THINKING ALOUD

Inauguration Day: Kicking Against the Prick(s)
Rob Hopkins offers, through somewhat gritted teeth, some reflections on Donald Trump’s inauguration.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/kicking-against-the-pricks/

The New Economy in 50 words?
In the shortest blog of his life, Created for the latest edition of Stir Magazine, Rob Hopkins offers 50 words that capture the future of the economy.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/new-economy-50-words/

Change Starts With Communities
We talk community development with Cormac Russell.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/cormac-russell-change-starts-communities/

COMMUNITY

Transition Town Tooting celebrate Aviva Community Fund award
Chuck Whitehead of Transition Town Tooting shares exciting news from the ‘Gardens of Refuge’ partnership project.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/transition-town-tooting-celebrate-aviva-community-fund-award/

A her-story of Transition Wekerle: an experience of local community activism in Hungary
Tracey Wheatley of Transition Wekerle in Hungary shares her initiative’s story.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/story-transition-wekerle-experience-local-community-activism-hungary-2/

10 keys to Transition in Dominica
Naresh Giangrande‘s final report from his recent adventures with a round up of his time spent in Dominica, and the challenges and opportunites the country has.
http://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/10-keys-transition-dominica/

QUOTE OF THE MONTH
“I give my every waking moment to the creation of a new narrative, one rooted in possibility, imagination, care, connection and action. It’s my daily practice.”
Rob Hopkins

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“Now you’re all here, and it feels fantastic”: 3 days in France.

Transition Culture - 1 February 2017 - 9:41am

Rob Hopkins reports back from a packed 3 day programme of talks and events in France.

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How do I know good can overcome ignorance, spite and hate?  Because I’ve seen it.

Transition Culture - 26 January 2017 - 10:23am

A tweet moves Rob Hopkins to share a personal experience from his family’s life.

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7 characteristics of doing Transition in an University

Transition Culture - 25 January 2017 - 10:00am

Last week we published our new guide, ‘How to do Transition in your University/College’ by Maria Cooper.  Today we share an excerpt from it, which sets out seven key characteristics of doing Transition in a University setting.

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Cormac Russell on change that starts with communities

Transition Culture - 24 January 2017 - 7:07am

We talk community development with Cormac Russell.

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Inauguration Day: Kicking Against the Prick(s)

Transition Culture - 20 January 2017 - 7:07am

Rob Hopkins offers, through somewhat gritted teeth, some reflections on Donald Trump’s inauguration.

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Transition Town Tooting celebrate Aviva Community Fund award

Transition Culture - 19 January 2017 - 7:16am

Chuck Whitehead of Transition Town Tooting shares exciting news from the ‘Gardens of Refuge’ partnership project.

 

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A her-story of Transition Wekerle: an experience of local community activism in Hungary

Transition Culture - 18 January 2017 - 11:44am

Tracey Wheatley of Transition Wekerle in Hungary shares her initiative’s story.  Originally published by Transit.

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The New Economy in 50 words?

Transition Culture - 17 January 2017 - 7:31am

In the shortest blog of his life, Rob Hopkins offers 50 words that capture the future of the economy.

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10 keys to Transition in Dominica

Transition Culture - 16 January 2017 - 8:00am

Naresh Giangrande‘s final report from his recent adventures with a round up of his time spent in Dominica, and insights gleaned.

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January 2017 – Transition Newsletter

Transition Culture - 12 January 2017 - 12:23pm

In this newsletter we find Tomorrow is now today in the UK, we publish a guide to doing Transition in your Uni. News of coming together after Italian earthquakes and enough movement building in America Latina to stir an earthquake. Tanya asks for help as to whether to stand for election in Denmark and in Brussels a European gathering breathes new life into the Commons. Rob reflects on the gulf between the kind of poise and clarity at Standing Rock and what we see elsewhere in the world of politics, plus what did we learn from Punk and making beer from bread. Our ‘Essential Guide to Doing Transition’ is now available in Spanish and we review a wonderful new French film about Transition.


The Film ‘Tomorrow’ (‘Demain’) available at last in the UK!

We’ve reported previously on this website about the phenomenal impact of the film Tomorrow (Demain) in France, Belgium and the other 30 countries in which it has so far been released. We’re delighted to announce that Transition Network has negotiated the rights to distribute the film in the UK. Everything you need to know about the UK community-led rollout of the film is here:

‘Tomorrow’ (‘Demain’) available at last in the UK!

Introducing our new ‘Transition Universities Guide’
Maria Cooper introduces the newest Transition Network publication: A Guide to doing Transition in your University or College.

Introducing our new Transition Universities Guide

EXPLORING NEW GROUNDS

Emerging in the Emergency
Deborah Rim Moiso reports on a gathering of Transitioners and other to train, reflect and design following the recent earthquakes in Italy.

Emerging in the Emergency

Movement Building in America Latina
Naresh Giangrande reports on the paradox of Transition coming from the ultimate colonial (although waning) power of Great Britain.  “Instead of some new way to exploit, I am bringing Transition; the call to relocalise and create radical self determination.”

Naresh Giangrande on movement building in America Latina

In the Shadow of the Volcano: Transition in Pucón and Villarrica
Naresh Giangrande reports from his last training in America Latina, on Transition in 2 neighbouring towns, and awakens a volcano (possibly).

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

 

THINKING ALOUD

Should Tanja Run for Election?
Danish Transitioner Tanja Aertebjerg is thinking of going into politics. Should she? She’d love to know what you think.

Should Tanja run for election?

The day Theresa May visited Standing Rock
How different would the world be if the grace and poise shown at Standing Rock were to influence our wider political culture? Very different.

The day Theresa May visited Standing Rock

Transition and the Commons: Freeing Our Imaginations
Isabel Carlisle reports from the European Commons Assembly in Brussels; a gathering of people from all over Europe and beyond who are stepping forward to make visible, manage and protect the resources that we as citizens hold in common.

Transition and the Commons: freeing our imaginations

Is Being “punk as f*ck” Really Where It’s At?
Rob Hopkins offers a Transition take on a recent blog by Sam Bliss, Aaron Vansintjan called ‘Degrowth Is Punk as F*ck‘.

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

DOING STUFF

Beer Made From Bread? The story of Toast.
We talk to Rob Wilson, and hear the story of ‘Toast’, a social enterprise turning waste bread into beer.

Beer made from bread? The story of Toast.

SUPPORT Activity of the Month:

The Essential Guide to Doing Transition (English & Spanish!)
The English language ‘Essential Guide to Doing Transition’ has just been joined by a Spanish version, with other languages to follow.

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

FILM REVIEW

‘Qu’est-ce qu’on attend?‘ (‘What are we waiting for?’)
Marie-Monique Robin’s wonderful new film about Transition in the village of Ungersheim, a village in the Alsace in north-eastern France.

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

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Fal Energy Partnership AGM minutes

Transition Falmouth - 7 May 2013 - 4:03pm
Notes from FEP's first AGM, 11th April 2013 at Falmouth Town Council Chambers, are now available on the FEP website.

Growing and Composting Workshops in Falmouth - May 2013

Transition Falmouth - 21 April 2013 - 1:38pm
The Growing Food and Composting project will run a series of free workshops for would-be food growers in Falmouth starting on Thursday May 9th and continuing on the 16th and 23rd of May, at the Bosvale Community Centre...

2thePole: Josefina Skerk

Green.tv (Environmental films) - 17 April 2013 - 12:00am
Josefina Skerk is one of four young people who will attempt something truly unique. In April 2013 they will trek to the North Pole and lower a flag 4km to the seabed. Attached to the flag will be a capsule containing more than two and a half million signatures calling for a sanctuary in the uninhabited area around the pole.
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2thePole - amateur explorers to plant flag on seabed to protect the Arctic - join them!

Green.tv (Environmental films) - 12 April 2013 - 12:00am
This April, four young people will attempt something truly unique: to trek to the North Pole and lower a flag 4km to the seabed. Attached to the flag will be a capsule containing more than two and a half million signatures calling for a sanctuary in the uninhabited area around the pole.
Categories: Green Videos

Green Revolution - Smart Grid

Green.tv (Environmental films) - 11 April 2013 - 12:00am
How can a smart grid connect renewable energy resources to our existing power grid, and help us share that power more efficiently?
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