Transition Stories

Save the date! Transition US National Gathering 2020

 
What if…
… Our communities enjoyed healthy, local food, and agriculture regenerated the soil and the water?
… All of our main power sources were renewable?
… Our forests were vigorous, strong, and no longer threatened?
… We and our neighbors worked together and localized, civil government supported that?
 
What if…

Transition Initiative Spotlight: Cooperation Humboldt

Cooperation Humboldt helps to build a solidarity economy on California’s North Coast. As one of our newest official Transition Initiatives, they are unique because they support existing cooperative efforts and create new solutions where needed.

Cooperation Humboldt nurtures a wide variety of local efforts and projects ranging from queer space monthly potlucks, to edible garden tours, to tenants rights workshops.

Exclusive Pre-Order Discount for New Rob Hopkins Book, "From What Is to What If”

Rob Hopkins's latest book, "From What Is to What If: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create the Future We Want" will be released on October 8, 2019!

Transition Streets Gets an Update! by Leslie MacKenzie

It's been 4 years since Transition Streets made its debut in the U.S., and 8 years since it was first developed and launched in Totnes, England. A lot has changed since then! New research expanded what we know about the benefits of saving water and eating organic. New regulations restrict or guide what people and communities can and can't do. And resources to help households take their next steps in sustainability have greatly increased. 

10 Stories of Transition in the US: Justice and Diversity in Transition

The following story is the final installment in a series we’ve been calling "10 Stories of Transition in the US." Throughout 2018, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Transition Movement here in the United States, we've been exploring 10 diverse and resilient Transition projects from all over the country, in the hope that they will inspire you to take similar actions in your local community.

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