Transition Network is a charity which works to inspire, encourage, connect, support and train communities world-wide as they self-organise around the Transition model.
We work with and alongside a grass-roots movement of independent Transition initiative community groups and Transition Hubs in many countries. We aim to evolve as an organisation alongside the Transition movement, which is changing and deepening, while being clear about the roles that we undertake.
A strength of the Transition movement is that people working at local community level can learn from others in communities around the world. Transition Network is constantly looking for ways to encourage and enable the sharing of ideas, learning and support, across and beyond the Transition movement. Being part of a network means we can create change more quickly and more effectively, drawing on each other’s experiences and insights.
Transition Network 43 Fore Street, Totnes TQ9 5HN
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The Living Projects at Pondfield is a community led space that facilitates pioneering initiatives coming from the local area to tackle a number of issues around purposeful work, social infrastructure and rural youth opportunities.
Founded in 2014 by a number of young people, Pondfield has grown into a thriving hub for the local community. We grow food, we look after ecosystems and biodiversity through regenerative land management, we offer space for volunteering and learning about various horticulture approaches whilst we continue to support the local community through providing opportunities for social health and wellbeing.
The Living Projects at Pondfield Dartington, Totnes South Hams
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Set up in 2005 by members of the Town Council and Sid Vale Association, the Vision Group for Sidmouth is now a determinedly independent group. It aims to provide support for local people and organisations who are taking up particular issues for improving Sidmouth life, and to listen to residents’ ideas.
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Sustainable Crediton's mission is to help people in Crediton and the local area to lead more sustainable lifestyles and work towards a carbon neutral future.
We see a positive future where people value and respect the environment and understand the need to conserve the natural world and its finite resources. Join us and help us to ensure Crediton remains a place we are all proud to live in.
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Sustainable Tiverton is part of the Transition Network, which inspires and supports communities to become more sustainable in the face of climate change – building resilience, supporting bio-diversity and reducing CO2 emissions. We encourage local projects that combat global warming and environmental damage; by supporting community groups to set up, run activities and events, get publicity, and work with others nearby.
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Transition Newton Abbot (TNA) is a community organisation which aims to bring people together to improve the sustainability of our local community, by tackling global issues at a local scale.
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PL:21 is a Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) that brings residents together to help make Ivybridge a more sustainable place to live and work.
By getting involved and seeking to adopt more sustainable lifestyles, we can discover new ways of thinking, working, producing and sharing together at a local level; getting more out of our community, as well as helping contribute at a global level.
PL:21 is made up of local residents from a variety of backgrounds and with a wide range of interests and skills. If you have an idea to help make the area more environmentally friendly or to encourage sustainable behaviour please get involved and we'll try to help you make it happen.
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How Transition Plymouth Started
Transition Plymouth started with an open meeting on 19th June 2009 at the Roland Levinsky building of Plymouth University. Transition Network's Ben Bragwyng was an invited guest and guide for our first two meetings along with Plymothians.
Different ways of approaching sustainability were discussed.
The initiative continued to hold monthly open meetings for a year. From its beginning it was an open process trying to work
as horizontally and inclusively as possible, learning to use consensus as a way to take participatory decisions.
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Transition Exeter's groups and projects emerge out of our conversations, inspirations and actions. All activities are aimed at transitioning Exeter towards a low carbon city. Anyone can join in, and anyone can start new initiatives.
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Transition Town Totnes (TTT) is a community-led and run local charity that exists to strengthen the local economy, reduce our environmental impact, and build our resilience for a future with less cheap energy and a changing climate.
TTT is a collection of local volunteers with a small staff team, who come together to work on projects. Anyone can get involved.
Our projects and groups are ever-changing and evolving, and we always welcome new ideas. Our work ranges from increasing low impact affordable housing, sharing skills, creating livelihoods, reducing energy costs and carbon emissions, growing our local food economy and working in partnership with other local projects.
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