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This is site help about adding your own resource to the Transition Resource Directory

We are very keen on people adding things that they think are important and useful for others that they found useful in their groups to the resources directory.

Presentations from the Bringing Power to the People: starting your own community renewable energy project workshop

Four presentations from the 'Bringing Power to the People: starting your own community renewable energy project' workshop held at the Transition Network Conference

The session was presented by Chris Rowland of OVESCO, Peter Capener of Bath and West Community Energy, Allan Shepherd, author of "The Home Energy Handbook", and Frank Gordon of Westmill Solar Cooperative. Chaired by Peter Lipman of Transition Network. (scroll to the bottom of the full article to download the presentations as PDF's)

How to set up a community Energy Workshop - OVESCO

Transition Engineering

United Kingdom
Status: 
Muller
Geographic region : 
East of England
England
United Kingdom
Initiative type: 
Local Initiative
Themes: 
Energy
Themes: 
Local Government
Themes: 
Transport
Approximate number of members: 
62

The Global Association for Transition Engineering (GATE) is a network of professionals developing, implementing and promoting "Transition Engineering" - the new engineering discipline that will enable the transition from our unsustainable present to a sustainable future.

People & Contacts

REconomy Project

REconomy Project Logo

What’s the REconomy Project for?

A number of Transition groups or initiatives (TIs) are creating new livelihoods and enterpri

Ideas for a Transition event on waste / recycling etc

HI all

 

I am looking for ideas for a Transition Event on waste / recyling etc..

 

It is a topic we have not covered before so i am looking for suggestions for films,  ideas for projects,  examples of new social / transition enterprises set up around waste...    

Water supply

What about water? How to re-engineer water supply systems in transition towns?

Atlas Initiative Group

Las Vegas, United States
Status: 
Muller
Initiative type: 
Local Initiative
Initiative type: 
Local Coordinating Hub
Initiative type: 
Regional Coordinating Hub
Community type: 
City/Urban
Themes: 
Arts & Crafts
Themes: 
Education
Themes: 
Energy
Themes: 
Food
Themes: 
Health
Themes: 
Inner Transition
Themes: 
Housing
Themes: 
Local Government
Themes: 
Transport
Approximate number of members: 
600

People & Contacts
Primary point of contact: 
chased702
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