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Washing oil off creative hands

As London prepared to host the People’s Climate March on the morning of 21st September, a group of ‘BP or not BP?’ activists recreated the Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster at the British Museum. Their surprise theatre performance, entitled “Gross … Continue reading

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Tide turns on fossil fuels

Over the past week, hundreds of thousands of people have taken action for climate justice in 160 countries around the world, joining People’s Climate Marches ahead of the UN Climate Summit in New York on 23rd September. Just before the … Continue reading

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People’s climate march happening now – Sunday 21st September

Wishing everyone out there a great convergence today! Read our fossil fuel divestment and climate action stories in the latest Autumn edition: http://issuu.com/transitionfreepress/docs/tfp06_2014-09_issuu

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The dawn of a new Scotland

As everyone’s eyes look North for UK’s perhaps most debated and exciting political event this century, we are publishing our current front page story on Scottish independence. The result of the referendum will go to the wire next Thursday, but … Continue reading

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We’re out! New Autumn issue is now published and on sale

We’re here! In paper and on-line, our new action-packed edition no 6 can be now found in shops, cafes and at Transition events across the UK. If you can’t put your hands on a copy, or have not had one … Continue reading

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From waste to taste

The Transition Community Cafe in Fishguard makes use of waste food to produce good quality hearty meals for the community. Since this article on the cafe, by Tess Riley, was published in our Spring/Summer edition, the cafe won £10,000 in the … Continue reading

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On the edge: How permaculture and Transition meet

Sometimes there just isn’t enough room in the paper for all the great grassroots stories we are sent. So in advance of our Autumn issue (publishing next Monday, 1st September) and the Permaculture Convergence in London (12th-14th September) here is … Continue reading

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