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Latest revision as of 16:53, 6 April 2020

This article focuses on information specific to the United Kingdom. Please see our Networks page for a topic overview.


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Resources[edit]

Research[edit]

Video[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Project Dirt, active community linking environmental projects
  • Transition Network, based in Totnes, Devon, includes many initiatives across the UK, as well in other countries
  • Alternative UK, political platform based in the United Kingdom. "Through curation, editorial, public events, commissioning and research, we aim to transform the language and practice of politics on these islands. Inspired by and associated with Alternativet in Denmark, we are trying to bring about "a friendly revolution".

News and comment[edit]

2020

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Mar 22 Barking and Dagenham: A time for quick action by @TessyBritton [1]

2019

Jun 2 Alternative Editorial: Capturing and Surfing the Wave [2]

2018

Plastic Free Towns, a movement aiming to reduce single-use plastics in the UK, Nov 26 [3]

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Networks, news and comment: It’s time to talk about We, Oct 22 [4] / A response

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Devon: What kind of space can welcome a diverse community? Apr 28 [5]

A report from #CTRLshift2018, Apr 5, Rob Hopkins [6]

See also[edit]



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