The Transition Design Bibliography contains references and links to texts relevant to the emerging field of Transition Design and has been organized into categories that correspond to the four areas of the Framework. Many texts are naturally relevant to more than one area.
Key topics include: cosmopolitan localism, relationship to place, futuring, scenario planning, long-term thinking, narrative and storytelling
Key topics include: living systems theory, ecology, transitions management/sustainability transitions, socio-technical regimes, post-normal science, needs theory, everyday life critique, social practice theory, social psychology, framing and metaphor, alternative economics, systems thinking, social ecology.
Key topics include: worldview/mindset, Goethean science, holism and form, mechanicism/reductionism, phenomenology, aesthetics/beauty, craft, collaboration, transdisciplinarity, indigenous wisdom, ecopsychology, relationality, self-reflection, new ways of being, mind and body.
Key topics include: social innovation, service design, permaculture, transition design, design ethics, indigenous design, biomimicry, ecological design, wicked problems, co-design.