Transition Network Skillshare Event on Mapping

TTW were invited to present our Map at an online skillshare on mapping on 13th September.

Speakers were:

Anna McIvor of Transition Cambridge with the Cambridge Resilience Web
Margaret Smith with the Mersey Green Map project
Pauline Cory of Transition Town Worthing with our Worthing Sustainability Map
Martin Hood of Green Durham with the Green Durham map project.

The event was recorded and you can watch it here:

“What can I do?” Localisation Action Guide

 “What can I do?” In the face of mounting social and ecological crises, this is the big question that plagues anyone concerned with the wellbeing of people and planet.

For the localizers among us, the question is arguably even bigger: How can we – as individuals and small communities – go up against the global techno-economic juggernaut?

Local Futures are delighted to present an answer. 146 answers, to be exact. Introducing the Localization Action Guide

The Localization Action Guide details 146 ways for individuals, communities and policymakers to make a real, hands-on difference in their local areas. It points to key resources, networks and examples to inform and inspire actions with a systemic impact, including the Transition Network!

Check it out here:

2040 Film Night At Worthing Dome

Join TTW or Transition Town Shoreham to see the inspirational documentary film ‘2040’ at the Dome Cinema in Worthing.

There are two screenings of the film:

Monday 13th September at 8.30pm. This is a *’private’ viewing tickets can only be reserved by emailing [email protected]
*everyone welcome! 41 tickets maximum so reserved on first come basis
Price: suggested donation £5

Monday 20th September at 6pm. Public viewing with TTW. Tickets can be purchased via the Worthing Dome website

2040 – Directed by Damon Gameau
93mins | rated (PG)
2040 is an innovative feature documentary that looks to the future, but is vitally important NOW. Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on journey to explore what the future would look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted them into the mainstream. Structured as a visual letter to his 4-year-old daughter, Damon blends traditional documentary footage with dramatized sequences and high-end visual effects to create a vision board for his daughter and the planet.

Green Books With Rob Hopkins – 1st July

Co-founder of the Transition Movement, Rob Hopkins, will be talking to Paul Hannam about his latest book “From What Is to What If: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create the Future We Want” in Greening Steyning‘s last Green Books event of the spring season.

Rob is a brilliant speaker and having attended an online event where Rob showed how this works, I was amazed at how hardened sceptics found real value in it.

It’s on Thursday 1 July from 7.30-8.30pm.

To book your place go to:


The Universal Basics with Transition Network

In case you missed the latest online discussion ‘The Universal Basics’ hosted by the Transition Network, you can now watch the recording via their YouTube channel here:

Join Tchiyiwe Chihana from UBI Lab Network, Anna Coote from New economics Foundation and Michael Pugh from Basic Income Conversation as they explore how policies such as Universal Basic Income and Universal Basic Services could enable us to abolish precariousness and unlock our collective imagination and skills.



New Transition Network Event – The Universal Basics

Join the Transition Network for their next event as part of Transition Bounce Forward, What Next project.

The Universal Basics event will explore how policies such as Universal Basic Income and Universal Basic Services could enable us to abolish precariousness and unlock our collective imagination and skills.

Join speakers Tchiyiwe Chihana from UBI Lab Network, Anna Coote from New Economics Foundation and Michael Pugh from Basic Income Conversation.

Monday 17th of May, 7-9pm.

Sign up here

Transition Summit Catch-up!

We hope that those of you who took part in the Transition Networks What Next? Summit found it really inspiring.

2,000 community activists came together across 3 weeks, to listen to over 70 speakers and take part in a mesmerising multiplicity of conversations about positive changes in our communities.

The What Next? Summit aimed to connect up people within and between movements and organisation, to provide inspiration and deep reflective thinking from a diversity of perspectives, to highlight some big picture thinking that enables people to see their role and the role of others in creating change, and to empower people to self-organise and create impactful change.

Transition Bounce Forward hosted nearly 50 events over 3 weeks, exploring climate change, social justice, community organising, collective imagination, and much much more.

If you missed any of the sessions and would like to catch up you can do so via the Transition Bounce Forward YouTube playlist here: