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Transition Australia is part of an international movement of local communities coming together to reimagine and rebuild our world.
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Stories of Transition Feb 2023

Robin Krabbe of Live Well Tasmania, Meg Ulman of Relocalise Hepburn (aka Hepburn Relocalisation Network) and Lisa Gibson of Transition Bridgetown shared their stories (recorded) followed by informal discussion (not recorded) at a zoom meeting on Monday 13 February 2023 Scroll down for a video of each story. Robin Krabbe – Live Well Tasmania, in Wynyard on the north west … Read More

Fashion – Out of the Box!  

At a recent Transition Bondi Guest Dinner, our speakers wove a number of threads together, arising from the topic of  ‘A New Look at Fashion’. It is a topic and an ‘issue’  that we are all connected to, and we were treated to a potted life story of how a  woman began as a teenager and soon worked in the … Read More

Stories of Transition Nov 2022

On Monday 7 November three Transition groups shared their stories online (recorded), followed by informal discussion (not recorded) Speakers: Tim Drylie, Transition Creswick, Vic Monica Winston, Transition Streets Geelong, Vic Karen Majer, Transition Margaret River, WA A couple of themes emerged: (1) COVID and coming out of lock-down and (2) how to be sustainable in our sustainability projects. Balance. Passion. … Read More

Regenerative Agriculture Conference

In August 2022 a small conference was hosted by the Clayton Bay Nursery Environment Group which proved to be something quite out of the ordinary.  Not only did the speakers have diverse backgrounds but bared their hearts and souls telling of learnings from failed farming experiences. Nic Kentish attended Roseworthy Agricultural College and grew up with a heritage of potato … Read More

On Single Use Coffee Cups

Australians throw out 2.7 million single-use or disposable coffee cups every single day  – Sustainability Victoria Recycle or Compost? You would think these could be recycled or composted, but that just does not happen. The paper-based cups contain a plastic liner and so can not be recycled through the paper stream. The “compostable” cups can not be collected on any … Read More

Book review of 470: a novel by Linda Woodrow

470 parts per million. What would life be like at that level of C02 in the atmosphere? 470 brilliantly imagines this world, in the particular context of Byron Bay and its hinterland in northern New South Wales. This novel is set barely ten years into the future, scarily close to the present. Is it a dystopian or utopian future? Probably … Read More

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The aim of this  website is to connect and support transition groups focusing on sustainability, food security, equity and cohesion. We want to make it easier for these groups to find each other, share resources, learn and be inspired

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