Transition Scotland / SCCAN online event

09 January 2021, Starts: 09:30, Ends: 12:30

Join Transition Scotland Gathering

Saturday 9 January      9.30 - 12.30       online

A free online gathering for members of Scottish Transition groups and all those who identify with the Transition spirit, hosted by Transition Scotland Hub through SCCAN.

Following on from the successful Transition Scotland gatherings in previous years in St Andrews, the Black Isle, and Dunbar, this year we're online, but hopefully with same levels of inspiration, sharing, and fun!

Time to connect with new friends and old, take stock and share what is happening at the grass roots for climate and sustainability activists across Scotland. Share opportunities and challenges, and dream of what our future holds.

We'll also explore new resources around What if? developed by Rob Hopkins and Transition Network through the Bounce Forward project which may prove very useful for all community groups in these rapidly changing times.

Plenty of interaction, small group conversations, creativity + breaks!


Draft timetable

  • 9.30 - Welcome and Introductions10.00 - Breakout reflection on What Is happening across Scotland today
  • 10.30 - Break / mingling
  • 10.50 - What If? Introduction - trying out new visioning resources
  • 11.45 - Break
  • 12.00 - What next for Transition Scotland Hub? How can we help?12.30 - Close

Additional links - Plenty of interesting work and opportunities are coming out of the Bounce Forward project at the moment:

What Is? webinar recordings on What Is? - the changing context for Transition with Covid, Black Lives Matter etc, and what opportunities are arising?


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