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I’ve just returned from an eye-opening, mind-expanding week in Leipzig at the 4th Annual global Degrowth congress. This vibrant gathering
About 18 months ago, I invited the women of the TN staff and board to an evening meeting to begin
In October 2013, the Transition national hubs of Belgium, Croatia, Italy, Latvia and the Netherlands joined forces with the UK’s
A post by Robert Holtom. “It’s the economy stupid” was one of the taglines for Bill Clinton’s 1992 election campaign.
One of the REconomy Project’s aims is to find new ways that communities can provide support and investment to local
We want community-led economic development, the kind that’s just, ecologically regenerative, inclusive and equitable. But it’s easier said than done.
A post by Frances Northrop, manager of Transition Town Totnes, reporting on her recent trip to Zagreb. “From the moment
The REconomy Project is looking for someone to help us map the national (and possibly regional) investment sources that are
Not so long ago an article entitled ‘Why Generation Y Yuppies Are Unhappy’, took the social media world by storm.
This post by Holly Tiffen introduces the Oats Project, part of the ‘Grown in Totnes’ campaign. It’s one of the