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Saturday quote: The Transition movement is

I’m proud to be the global Transition movement. I despair when I look at how little the Australian government (and many others) are doing to address climate change, but when I hear about… 78 more words

Environmental Sustainability

How (and why) I joined the Transition movement

When my daughter Jasmine was born in 2000, I decided to make fathering a priority and something had to go. Not only did I spend less time on my PhD, but I also stopped being actively involved in social change groups. 649 more words

Environmental Sustainability

New beginnings - a personal account of organising a Transition Roadshow

I’ve been meaning to get back into the habit … no, not the habit: the discipline … of writing up my adventures on this blog.  We hosted the 4th National Transition Roadshow a few weeks ago, and if that doesn’t deserve an honest, down-to-earth write up, I don’t know what does. 1,231 more words

Diary

Does Naomi Oreskes Harbor Anti-GMO Sentiments?

Naomi Oreskes is a historian of science and currently the Professor of the History of Science and Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University. 2,104 more words

Biotechnology Fear Mongering

How local actions can change the world - Rob Hopkins

A truly inspiring evening with Rob Hopkins – co founder of the Transition movement – in Luxembourg city!

Full house to exchange on new ways of creating positive change and more resilient communities… 46 more words

Luxembourg

Transition @ Trinity 14 March 2015

On Saturday my lovely Tim & I went to Transition @ Trinity in Bristol (UK). It was an informal and relaxed atmosphere, with cake (donated by participants) and drink available from the off. 294 more words

Personal

[Study Break] Go and get some SkillShare Experience @ St. Andrews

2015 Winter, St. Andrews, Scotland

I would like to simply introduce this SkillShare Program to anyone who’s at St. Andrews! It is happening today and if you do not have particular thing to do, why not show up to this event? 237 more words

Events