Transitioun Uelzechtdall asbl

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Transitioun Uelzechtdall is a citizen-powered non-profit organization that initiates and supports social, ecological and economic projects to help communities of the Uelzecht River Valley transition towards a green, healthy & self-sustainable future. Long-term and short-term actions tackle challenges in all fundamental aspects of our lives: from food to energy, mobility & beyond.

The Transitioun Uelzechtdall group lay its foundation on a first meeting organized by CELL (Centre of Ecological Learning Luxembourg) in October 2018 and has been growing ever since. Since May 2019, we are registered as an independent a.s.b.l. and a number of big and small initiatives have been developed by its members.

All our topics and activities are aiming for a social, ecological and economic transition of our society. In short, it’s all about making life better by combining the interests of people and those of nature. It’s about taking responsibility together as citizens.

The Transition Movement

The transition initiative refers to grassroots community projects that aim to increase self-sufficiency to reduce the potential effects of peak oil,  climate destruction, and economic instability.

The “Transition Network”, founded in 2006 by one of its key figures Rob Hopkins, inspired the creation of many of the projects. The first initiative to use the name was Transition Town Totnes, located in the United Kingdom. Transition initiatives have been started in locations around the world, with many located in the United Kingdom, Europe, North America and Australia.

Source: Wikipedia

Transition Principles

These are the Pillars of Transitioun Uelzechdall as well as the global Transition Movement


Strive for social, ecological and economical sustainability.


Rebuild resilience and autonomy in all fundamental aspects of our lives such as food, energy and mobility.
Become actors of our society instead of simply being consumers.


Strengthen local communities by developing bonds between people.


Promote diversity and value everyone regardless of their age, cultural origins or religious beliefs.