Transition Culture

An Evolving Exploration into the Head, Heart and Hands of Energy Descent

Transition Culture has moved

After eight years of frenzied blogging at this site, Transition Culture has moved to its new home. Do come and join us, but feel free to also browse this now-archived site and use the shop. Thanks for all your support, comments and input so far, and see you soon.


19 Jan 2017

Transition Town Tooting celebrate Aviva Community Fund award

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

 

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18 Jan 2017

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.  Originally published by Transit.

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17 Jan 2017

The New Economy in 50 words?

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

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16 Jan 2017

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 insights gleaned.

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12 Jan 2017

January 2017 – Transition Newsletter

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.

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