This month's series: The impact we're having.
Today we hear from Zsanett and Zoltán of Transition Hosszúhetény: "We believe the next years help us to strengthen our local community, learn new skills and set up new initiatives which help to make our village more resilient".
April's theme is "What is the impact of Transition, and how do we know?"
How can we know the impact we're having, and what do we even mean by "impact"? Is there an evolving 'evidence base' to support the Transition approach? Join us as we rummage around inside this month's theme.
Read our editorial: On Transition's impact and re-imagining the road to Paris 2015
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The Transition Interview: Nic Marks
We talk to Nic Marks, of new economics foundation and Happiness Works, about wellbeing and happiness, and how Transition initiatives might set about measuring it.
Transition Town Whitehead in Northern Ireland have been out planting an edible forest, funded through Northern Ireland's Plastic Bag Levy.
Read more about the project here.
Latest Transition Culture blog post
REconomy helps Transition groups transform their local economies. Over the last 2 years we’ve learned a lot about what REconomy is, who’s doing it and what it looks like in the UK and beyond.
Find out more over on the REconomy website.
Here's a great new resource from the REconomy Project, a guide to Introducing paid work to your Transition Initiative.