- Leaflets General leaflet for Transition Sheffield
- Transition Network leaflet
- From_RECESSION_to_TRANSITION Leaflet produced for Nether Edge Farmers Market in 2008
- What's going on in your area? Leaflet produced for Burngreave Environment Day in 2009
- The World According to Oil A4 poster portraying country sizes based on the amount of oil they have.
Documents and reports
- Who we are and what we do 24 pages A5 booklet format—by Rob Hopkins and Peter Lipman in Feb 2009. Can be printed out as a booklet following these instructions. Also available in a low res version (for reading on your computer rather than printing out).
- Transition Initiatives Primer 50 pages—Perhaps the best way to get an idea about what Transition Initiatives are. Constantly updated.
- Kinsale Energy Descent Action Plan 55 pages—the first EDAP in 2005]
- Averting the next energy crisis: The demand challenge A March 2009 document by the McKinsey Global Institute. Full report or Excutive Summary
- The oil price spike of 2008: the result of speculation or an early indicator of a major and growing future challenge to the airline industry? 40 pages—written by Charles E. Schlumberger, Principal Air Transport Specialist of the World Bank. Useful for anyone challenging airport expansion. Doncaster?
- Preparing for Peak Oil: Local Authorities and the Energy Crisis 50 pages—A report by the UK based Oil Depletion Analysis Centre aimed at local authorites … also available is a one page executive summary.
- The Oil Crunch 44 pages—A professional looking document produced by the UK Industry Taskforce on Peak Oil & Energy Security (ITPOES)
- Peak Oil Report 48 pages. An academic style paper painting very gloomy view of the US in 20 years time. This is then justified by a variety of other sources, including lots of graphs etc. By Peak Oil Associates.
- Crude Oil: The supply Outlook 100 pages— Put together by the German Energy Watch Group.
- Climate Safety 50 pages— An excellent and up to date report on the latest findings on climate change. “It provides a simple summary of the latest science, delivering a clear message that to have any chance of maintaining a safe climate, we must rapidly decarbonise our society, preserve global carbon sinks, and address the problem with an unprecedented degree of seriousness. Even with a commitment to 80% carbon cuts by 2050, Climate Safety warns that our current policy response does not match up to the scale of the challenge.”