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The Community Energy Revolution

Impact investing is investing to achieve a return in something you also believe in and wish to support.

What Does REconomy Look Like … in the United States?

In 2014 the United States was amongst those that joined forces as an international network focusing on REconomy which is now 11 countries strong. These hubs have been assessing the potential to initiate some REconomy-type activity in each place.

The Inspiring Tale of the Re-imagining of Preston's Economy

We are often asked "what would a Transition local government look like?" It's a complex question, but one Council taking a pioneering approach to its local economy is Preston in Lancashire.

"It's Time to Raise a Glass to the New Economy"

If you want to get a feel for how a place is working, visiting the high street, the town centre, gives you a very good idea.

The 8 Paradigm Shifts at the Heart of REconomy

For the next two months here we will be talking REconomy, looking in depth at this aspect of Transition which is about creating new enterprises, new economies, new livelihoods.

"Make, be, dance, pedal, shape the future".

I suppose that’s what my creative practice is: I do something with the objective of trying to raise awareness and people trying to get a message across, it’s designed around that.

"What Does a Successful Artist Look Like at a Time of Global Change?"

Sarah Woods and Fern Smith are founders of Emergence and authors of Culture Shift: how artists are responding to sustainability in Wales.

"Art is about magic, and it's about change".

Art to me is about changing the way that I, or other people, experience or see the world or their place in the world.

The Rise of the Insurrectionary Imagination

The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination....is a collective which..."aims at opening spaces...and bringing artists and activists together to...co-create more creative forms of ...civil disobedience".

"The Creative Response to Climate Change"

Put it this way: we would never actually say "this is climate change". That doesn’t sit comfortably with us at all. We don’t like that bald categorisation of what we do.
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