Presentations

Giving a Transition Talk is one of the single most powerful actions we can undertake. Raising awareness is central to the Transition model and Transition US is committed to making this as easy as possible. The following presentations cover peak oil, climate change and the mechanics of Transition, along with the subtler subject of the inner transition we all need to go through if we're going to re-establish a harmonious relationship with the planet. Please feel free to adopt these presentations to your own style.

If you are a seasoned presenters of this material and are willing to take "the show on the road" we encourage you to let us know.  We will add you to our growing list of Transition Talk presenters.

 

photoPeak oil, climate change and transition [3.6MB]
by Ben Brangwyn of Transition Network and Transition Town Totnes
45 Slides (plus extras) with speaking notes
Longer overview of Peak oil, climate change and the Transition Model
Originally delivered in August, 2008
 

 

 

imagePart 1: The Context For Transition [9.16MB]
by Michael Brownlee of Transition Colorado
47 Slides with separate speaking notes
In depth view into societal challenges w/ emphasis on peak oil.

 

 

 

imagePart 2: The Transition Story [59.77MB]
by Michael Brownlee of Transition Colorado
73 Slides with separate speaking notes
Presents Transition as hopeful model for the future.

 

 

 

imageIntro to Transition Towns [5.66MB]
by Trish of the Richmond Rivets
20 Slides with speaking notes
Good concise overview of Transition
Originally delivered to the League of Conservation Voters in April, 2010.

 

 

Overview of Transition for Groups [4.49MB]
by Michelle Colussi of Transition Victoria (also a Transition Trainer)
32 Slides
Overview of the Transition Model with examples based on slides by Sophie Banks and Naresh Giangrande of the Transition Network

 

 

 

Intro to Transition Movement [11MB]
by Shelby Tay of Transition US/Village Vancouver
21 slides with speaking notes
Intro to Transition originally presented at the Resilient Communities Conference in Harrison, BC on March 26, 2010. (Based on Michelle and Ben's presentations above)
 

 

 

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