Resources

We have built a collection of resources that show what kind of changes are possible, how people can help to shape them and what conditions can make them happen. All of our resources are released under a creative commons license so they are free to use and share. We love to hear how our resources are being used so do get in touch if have any queries or suggestions.

 


IN FOCUS: Lessons from Lockdown

For several months we have asked for people to share their experiences of lockdown and see what lessons you might have for bringing about a rapid transition, and living happier, more caring and less polluting lives.

We received an inspiring, hugely varied collection of personal stories, insights and reflections. They are organised around three big themes: how we can look after each other better as societies, how more space for people and nature can be found, and how those who already have enough can thrive with less ‘stuff’.

We created a set of free to use, unbranded briefings and animations on the three themes, so please share these with your colleagues and networks and use them as you wish. The 3 short films sharing your lessons from lockdown are out now!

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The Reset series

After capturing lessons from the first lockdown at the start of 2020, the Rapid Transition Alliance began in early 2021 to examine the trends in behaviour...

Posted on 6 January 2022

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COP_ART26

Not op art or pop art, but COP_ART! Throughout COP26 we hosted an online, open submission exhibition of work by current art students and recent graduates in...

Posted on 30 November 2021

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A pocket book of hope

We are delighted to share with you our pocket book of evidence-based hope. It is packed full of examples of how rapid transition has happened in the past...

Posted on 1 November 2021

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Car Free Megacities

Can you imagine London, Paris and New York free from car dependency? Welcome to Car Free Megacities. The Rapid Transition Alliance has joined forces...

Posted on 13 May 2021