Meanwhile in the big picture Transition will be in full multi-media swing in 2012, as the film Transition 2.0 launches this March and there are plans to expand the 15 minute Norwich in Transition to a full-length documentary. You can find a monthly podcast (listen to last month's featuring Norwich FarmShare) and newsletter on the Network news site. And if you didn't catch Rob Hopkins talk in November about the new Transition Companion book there are still cut-price copies available (see below). A great full-colour explanation of the drivers behind the movement and the essential ingredients and tools that make up initiatives (now numbering over 800 in 34 countries).
On the Transition Network the innovative Social Reporting project came to the end of its three month pilot in December. The project begins again next week with a month of Looking Back, Looking Forward. Don't miss the daily blogs by ten writers from initiatives around the UK, including three of the TN bloggers, Charlotte, Mark and Kerry (now at Transition University West of Scotland), reporting and reflecting on all subjects under the sun. You can keep updated with our twitter news at tnnorwich and ttreporters.
Copies of the new Transition book, The Transition Companion, by Rob Hopkins (Green Books) still available for £14. To order your copy email: firstname.lastname@example.org