SnO events

15 November 2016

Rob Hopkins, Founder of the Transition Network

Rob Hopkins 15 Nov 2016

The vision, creativity and humour carried by the Transition Network have inspired thousands of communities in ​nearly 50 countries, encouraging them to take concrete actions towards building a resilient post-carbon economy. Solution-focused, open-source, self-organizing, and decidedly optimistic, the mouvement is going viral.

- How can you encourage people within your communities to engage in "bottom-up" approaches for significant transformations?
- How can we combine these civil society movements with corporate strategies?
- How can the movement inspire the ​dynamics of transformation on the HEC campus, and more broadly, the transformation of the Saclay territory and the Ile​-​de-​France region?
This ex​clusive conference with Rob Hopkins, an "engaged optimist", Ashoka Fellow, serial-blogger and author of the books The Power of Just Doing Stuff , and The Transition Handboo k, will be ​conducted as an open discussion.

Please sign-up ​here ​to participate: SIGN-UP

More information on the Transition Network​ movement can be found here​
Wa​t​ch​ Rob ​speak at his Ted conference

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