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  • In Transition 2.0 – The full film

    In Transition 2.0 is the latest full length film about the Transition movement. It’s an amazing story about how Transition groups around the world are responding to the challenges of depleting and costly energy resources, financial instability and environmental change. Who’s in it? The film captures stories of Transition from around the world. You’ll hear about Transition Wayland in the US, and their very first meeting, how Transition Moss Side in Manchester have sought to raise awareness and engage the community by knocking on the area’s front doors, the amazing community visioning work of Aldeia das Amoreiras Sustent·vel (sustainable village of Amoreiras)in Portugal, how the Whitney Avenue…

  • Before the Flood – Review by Rob Hopkins

    The release of Leonardo DiCaprio’s new film ‘Before the Flood’, near the end of a US election in which climate change has gone all but unmentioned, is to be celebrated.  As is the fact that it has been made available free online, and within the first 2 days of its release, has already been viewed 3.5 million times, as well as trending on Twitter.  Ah, the power of celebrity.  It powerfully reminds the world of the urgency around climate change, which can only be a good thing.  You can watch the whole thing for free here first, then proceed into…

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A Pecking Order for Carbon Footprint to Keep with your Shopping List?

A new study has been made at Lancaster University by Dr. Stephen Clune that has led to a comprehensive list of food ingredients being ordered according to their carbon footprint. Through his work with catering firms, nursing homes and hospitals, Dr. Clune is helping them to plan for more sustainable menus in the local area. Working with colleagues in the University of Melbourne, Dr. Clune has identified a definite trend towards supporting vegan and vegetarian diets with fish, lamb, pork and beef following on behind. Here is a sample from the list taken from the Lancaster University website which shows the…

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It Doesn’t Have to Be Like it Always Has Been

We spend most of our life living according to the social structures that were laid down long ago in the past and, though we might moan about them and find ourselves crying alone in the dark trying to cope with them, we don’t know how to do any different. It all seems so much beyond our control. Take money as an example. It’s just one of many social structures that we take part in every day and it can seem like we have no choice but to do so. But is that really the case? The money social structure that…

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Electric Dreams?