In this Issue:
What's Happening in Transition
Transition Launch Training
Transition LAUNCH is an in-depth experiential introduction to the ideas, process and practices that have inspired tens of thousands of people and catalyzed a global Transition network.
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Online Launch Training in Spanish
The first online LAUNCH training in Spanish begins May 5th!
Art of Hosting
The Northern California Participatory Leadership Practice Series begins April 12. Learn more...
How Jamaica Plain is Building Working Class Leadership in the New Economy
Director of Community Organizing Carlos Espinoza-Toro provides an overview of JPNET's successful fellowship program.
Transition Health Check
A tool from Transition Network to help measure the health of your Transition Initiative.
Guide to Communicating Climate Change Impacts
This new guide from Climate Access helps you shift the climate conversation to a focus on preparing for and reducing the threat of climate disruption.
How to Depave: the Guide to Freeing Your Soil
What you should know before you start turning parking lots into gardens.
We are on the lookout for volunteers to help organize this year's Community Resilience Challenge. To get involved, please contact email@example.com.
This month we highlight innovative work from across the movement: Transition Lab, Repair Cafés, "All Things Mortal," the Transition Health Check, and more!
Stories from the Movement
Welcome to the 154th Transition Initiative,
Building More Effective Core Teams
Wednesday, April 8
How do we build structures to steward engagement and create spaces for strategic and inclusive work without the "tyranny of inclusion" stopping us from moving?
Join Circle Forward founders John Buck and Tracy Kunkler for an introduction to the principles of good governance and an experiential taste of the transformative Circle Forward system.
SELC’s Christina Oatfield, Yassi Eskandari, Neil Thapar, and Janelle Orsi will present a road-map to passing high-impact policies, share their experiences introducing and passing legislation, and lead the participants in developing their personal policymaking goals and plans.