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BOOK REVIEW: The Art of Fermentation

From  reviews of climate change collections and peak oil fiction, from a Talkback take on resilience studies to the art of making pages out of foraged plants, books form an integral part of all TFP issues. In the autumn edition … Continue reading

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Practical action on housing

From the Focus E15 mums to tenants unions and co-operatives, the housing crisis has triggered a wave of activism and people exploring their own solutions to its problems. Today in Hoxton, East London the residents of the New Era Estate marched … Continue reading

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TALKBACK: Situating Transition in a broader movement for change

Some issues need focusing on in a broader, deeper way that regular news reporting or even a colourful feature can allow. Our Talkback section in the centre of the paper give space to some of the key philsophical and ethical … Continue reading

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PEOPLE: Danielle Paffard and how divestment changes everything

In a month of climate actions and demonstration here is TFP’s autumn profile of activist Danielle Paffard. Each issue we interview people who are key to an understanding of and manifesting ‘Transition’ culture. In past editions these have ranged from … Continue reading

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Questions over ‘secret’ trade talks

Saturday 11 October is a busy day. As well as the Global Frack Down for a ban on fracking, there will be an international day of action, including many events in the UK, in protest against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a trade … Continue reading

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Seeding change

73% of seed crops are now ‘owned’ by 10 corporations – while community and grassroots initiatives are working to keep global diversity alive. This weekend The Great Seed Festival in London celebrates the people and places that hold the future … Continue reading

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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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