Find out how our ten years (wow!) of Transition shaped inspiration began. Also, Richard Heinberg (who spoke at our first conference) underlines our continued relevance; Dominican TV debates de-growth and Farnham’s Repair Cafe repairs and re-creates. We launch more language translations for our support materials plus reflections on a play called ‘Oil’ and a new book on responding to the advertising industry.
10 years of Transition Network: the early days…
As Transition Network turns ten, Rob Hopkins looks back to when it all began.
Richard Heinberg on ‘America First’.
“Transition is more important than ever in a world of Donald Trump”, Richard Heinberg tells us.
Transition and Degrowth on a Caribbean island
Degrowth and Transition debated on Dominican TV show with Naresh Giangrande and Richard Swift, author of ‘SOS Alternatives to Capitalism’ and an editor of the New Internationalist Magazine.
How Farnham UK’s Repair Café Takes a Bite Out of Waste
Martin Charter reports on the two years of Farnham’s Repair Cafe that also has a ‘creative zone’ for broken consumer products that can’t be repaired.
Transition Ingredients Cards: in English, Italian, French and Chinese!
Our great Transition resource, the Transition Ingredients Cards, are now available in four languages. You can download them for free here:
‘Le Guide Essentiel de la Transition‘.
Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer la publication de la version française du ‘Le Guide Essentiel de la Transition‘.
‘Essential Guide to Doing Transition’ published in French is a wonderful addition, joining the English and Spanish versions already existing, and the forthcoming Russian and Chinese versions.
Hilary Jennings interviews playwright Ella Hickson about her play ‘Oil’.
A central concern was a feeling that our freedom in the West was based on something that was finite.
Advertising Shits In Your Head
Rob Hopkins reviews a new book which argues that the best strategy for dealing with the advertising industry is to take it on headfirst.
QUOTE OF THE MONTH
“10 years have flown past in a blur. Transition is now active in thousands of communities around the world, in over 50 countries.”