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August's theme is 'Not Doing Stuff'

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It's August. We're celebrating The Power of Not Doing Stuff. Join us.

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What is Transition?

Rob Hopkins of Transition Network recently gave a talk in Berlin to launch the German edition of The Power of Just Doing Stuff.  It offered an introduction to the thinking in the book. 

The Transition Interview: Chris Johnstone

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Chris Johnstone is an ecopsychologist, addictions specialist and co-author, with Joanna Macy, of Active Hope. We talked to him about celebration, why it matters, and how to do it.  "Without celebration, we wither away", he tells us.  

Read more here. 

Latest Transition Culture blog post

This month our theme has been 'Celebration'.  We have set out to explore 5 questions: Why do you celebrate? Why is celebration important? What are the ingredients of good celebration? What is the wider context for celebration? What is the personal context for celebration?  We started by...

REconomy Project

ReconomyThe REconomy Project is here to help you transform your local economy. 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 new look, much simpler website - we suggest you start here.  

Featured resource

nefNew Economics Foundation have just published ‘No Small Change’ – a how-to guide for community currency organisers looking to effectively evaluate the impact of their project.

Download this resource from the NEF site.

Featured project

Transition Greyton in South Africa just held their third annual 'Trash to Treasure' festival.  Here's a short video about the first festival, in 2012:

 

Read more about this year's Festival here