Our new Constructive Conversation section presents a complicated issue to two thought leaders. Can there be agreement?
The Transition movement has expanded rapidly over the last decade, and now more than 27 countries boast National Hubs championing the initiative. The network’s first ever international [...]
Focusing on what is wrong isn’t always the most effective way to bring about social change, says Graeme Stuart. Building on our strengths can create much better results – both for small, local [...]
We must challenge our ideas about what is real and possible if we are to create a ‘more beautiful world’, claim a group of innovators who came together at TEDxWhitechapel. Claudia Cahalane joined [...]
How can communities work together to become stronger and happier? Kathleen Cassidy found out at this year’s Transition Network Conference
A new year-long course has been launched to help people become resilient to the impacts of climate change, the limits of economic growth and life without cheap fossil fuel energy
Updates on the Transition movement: Spain conference, political support in Sweden, and celebrations in the UK
The Festival of Transition, a UK-wide celebration of grassroots responses to climate change, will take place in the run-up to and during this year’s Rio+20 Earth Summit on 20-22 June 2012
As a new feature film showcases one of the most innovative and rapidly expanding social movements of our time, Caspar Walsh catches up with the man who started it all: Rob Hopkins
A new festival aims to enrich lives and nourish the community. Is it the real deal or is it just cloud cuckoo land?
There is not a single outcome in this book that could notrealistically be achieved if we do all the things, beginning now, thatare entirely within our ability to do.' Richard Heinberg, [...]
This year, the Schumacher Award went to Rob Hopkins, for his pioneeringwork with the Transition Towns Movement. This popular decision wasgreeted with a standing ovation.
Gaia University action learning for appreciating and challenging the whole person.