Transition Port Phillip is a community environmental group based in the Port Phillip area, initiated by locals in 2009. We are part of the global Transition Towns network. 

Some of our projects & activities over the years include:

- Mapping our community’s sustainability

- Neighbourhood walking tours

- Film nights & speaker series

- Skills sharing festivals

- zero waste events & beach cleanups

- Social events & seasonal celebrations

- 'Convivial Kitchen' skill shares & community dinners

New Facebook page

We've recently setup a page for the group. This will be our new central online hub, for all group projects and events and where you'll find out where you'll find out about other local happenings. Please follow the link https://www.facebook.com/TransitionPortPhillip/ to 'like' the page and connect with us.

Invitation to Join the Committee

Calling all community connectors and change agents! We're seeking interest from locals who want to be part of the Guiding Committee to shape the new direction for the group. We're holding gatherings to meet up and discuss individual interests and projects. Please email Helen & Chloe to express your interest in attending and being involved at transitiontownportphillip@gmail.com

The Transition Town movement is about transitioning away from oil dependency and unsustainable systems. The movement aims to enrich local resilience to climate change and economic instability through enhancing community connections, participating in local action and taking a positive approach. To find out more get your hands on the resources below and watch 'The Power Of Just Doing Stuff' on the right.

Books (available at the Port Phillip libraries)

The Transition Handbook: From Oil Dependency To Local Resilience explains how the movement came about and sets out the tools to facilitate a transition initiative.

The Transition Companion: Making Your Community More Resilient In Uncertain Times is a roundup of what Transition Initiatives are doing around the world. Transition Port Phillip features in this book!

Films (contact us to borrow)

In Transition 1.0 & In Transition 2.0

 

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