An invitation from the Transition Network. "...a time of creativity, dreaming, and sharing. A space to explore our longings for what we want the future to be. Connecting us to each other and to a future worth fighting for."[1]

When[edit | edit source]

17 - 24, 2019, Thu-Thu

How to get involved[edit | edit source]

"Gather your community group, faith group, street, school, or organisation and spend time together generating ‘memories of the future’."[2]

Pop Up Tomorrow document from Transition Network: [1]

Social media[edit | edit source]


Video[edit | edit source]


Reporting[edit | edit source]

‘Pop Up Tomorrow’ and a journey to 2030. A report. Nov 8, 2019[3]

News and comment[edit | edit source]


‘Pop Up Tomorrow’ (London): voices of those who were there, Jan 17[4]


‘Pop Up Tomorrow’ and a journey to 2030. A report. Nov 8[5]

Why ‘Pop Up Tomorrow’? Rob Hopkins. Sep 24[6]

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