Transition conference 2015

Transition Network Conference

Friday, 18 September 2015 to Sunday, 20 September 2015
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The Transition Network is organizing from Friday 18th (18.00) until Sunday 20th (16.00) a Transition Network conference! Most innovative projects and enterprises that have emerged from the worldwide Transition experiment will be showcased over the course of this event.

The aim of this event is to deepen the connections within the worldwide Transition Movement, strengthening the understanding of, and participation in the way Transition is being applied - and how it needs to apply - globally! This year's Conference will explore the emergent face of Transition as an important worldwide grassroots activist network, focused on finding local solutions to global issues, and the new stories that are emerging from this shift.


Hundreds of Transitioners expected

50 representatives from 25 National Hubs will be meeting for their annual gathering prior to, during and after the Conference, bringing a broad range of voices from across the world of Transition. Hundreds of Transitioners from across 30+ countries are expected to attend in person and many more will be able to participate online through a live global webcast event.


A vibrant network

Over the past few years, the Transition movement has spread virally to more than 1,200 communities in at least 43 countries. From Brazil to Japan, Canada to Croatia, people have been inspired to get together with their neighbours and make the place where they live, happier, healthier and more resilient. Alongside this, a young but vibrant network of now over 20 National Hubs has formed to support the growing international nature of Transition and its diverse interpretation globally. 


Pratical informations

The cost of the Conference to Transition Network including venue & accommodation booking works out to approximately £170 per attendee. The only way to reserve a place is to pay for it on this page:


Hannahs at Seale-Hayne
Newton Abbot
TQ12 6NQ
United Kingdom