Transition Projects Directory
The Projects Directory contains 363 projects, covering a wide range of thematic areas and activity. Below are a selection of featured projects. You can also view this directory as a map.
New Forest Transition School & Community Energy Saving Project
The aim of the project is to reduce the energy consumption of ten pilot primary schools in the New Forest by 10% - 15% in two years. Thanks to the New Forest National Park Authority Sustainable Development Fund, Hampshire & Wiltshire County Councils, Big Lottery Fund and our wonderful volunteers.
Eco-friendly house, Permaculture farm, Protected Area and School of Nature. building and developing a sample of permaculture farm in combination with a protected area where we put this motto into action that soil, water, plants, insects and animals (including some human beings) live in harmony.
Pedal & Wind Powered Shipping Container Cinema (Offgrid) Caravanserai, East London
We are a young group of volunteer architects and civil engineers looking to turn an old disused shipping container into a pedal powered cinema, bike workshop and wind powered charging unit! We are based in Canning Town, Newham so come down and check out what we're doing!
Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing things (together).Visitors bring their broken items from home. Together with the specialists they start making their repairs in the Repair Café.
Lewes, United Kingdom
OVESCO raises community finance for investment in locally owned renewable energy. We want to see an Energy Revolution in the UK.
Poole Tidal Energy Partnership
Poole Tidal Energy Partnership (PTEP) is a Community Interest Company set up to explore and develop renewable energy solutions for the benefit of the local community. PTEP is a partnership comprising representatives from the Borough of Poole,Transition Town Poole and Bournemouth University.
Louth Festival of the Bees
Louth, United Kingdom
The Louth Festival of the Bees seeks to raise awareness of the importance of wildflowers and all their pollinators, through art and science. The Festival includes a week-long Art Exhibition, Family Fun Day and a Conference Day on the 23rd of May 2013 with exhibitions, workshops, stalls and talks.