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

TFP06_2014-09_CoverWe’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 through the door, you can also find it here:

https:/exacteditions/tfp6

(though there is nothing quite like the real thing!)

What’s our latest news?

In this sixth issue you can find our signature mix of the practical, political and the philosophical. In line with a renewed push towards climate action this autumn, we’re focusing on fossil fuel divestment and climate activism. We are also showing how the humble acts of fermenting cabbage and saving seeds are also radical acts of liberation, why in the face of increased corporate control we are out digging fields, brewing beer, helping our neighbour, telling our own story, doing art in whatever place we find ourselves (Editorial)

Bv5LwwiIUAAdk4bTuning into the zeigeist, practising for the future means many things. In Transition media, it means setting out the culture we are forging together and showing it in all its colourful, smart and finely detailed aspects. It means listening to Tom Crompton on intrinsic values, 350.org’s Danielle Paffard on being radicalised, standing alongside indigenous peoples, foraging for scarlet mushrooms, getting to the roots of plant medicine, sharing our houses, making stuff together, getting in a seakayak and most of all getting a handle on the big ecological and social drivers that are challenging the world and ourselves in every action we take. And then doing all of this in a very different spirit. Why? Because climate change and carbon reduction frames everything that happens in this paper. Because this changes everything…

This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein (Allen Lane) will be published on 16th September.

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

  1. Peter Willcox says:

    I received my copy through the post a week or so ago. Editorially excellent, with many interesting and thought provoking articles which will help us at Transition Town Letchworth to refine how we do things.
    Productionwise, not so good; one of the pages was badly aligned, and not cut; still I managed to read it all.
    Peter

    • Hi Peter, many thanks for responding so positively to the paper. Sorry to hear your copy was not in good shape, however. We’ll have a word with the printer and also arrange to send you a new copy. With all best wishes, Mark (on behalf of TFP).

  2. Thank you for including my article Song of the Salish Sea in this issue. TFP is a tool that helps unify our Transition Initiatives here in the Northwest, USA. Keep up the news that educates and uplifts!

  3. Graham says:

    I’m confused about your pricing! The image at the top of this page suggests that its £1 for a copy. Which seems very reasonable. Yet a subscription for one year costs £15 for four issues – that’s nearly four times as much. I’m not saying that itis expensive, just unclear about your pricing model.

    • Dear Graham,

      You are right. Four issues, plus postage, packaging and handling does not come to £15. However our subscribers are also helping to back the project as well as receiving the latest issue through the door. And we are very grateful for any financial assistance!

      A cheaper option is to pay for the on line edition, plus the whole library TFP1-6 for £2.49 for quarter.

      Best wishes,

      Charlotte

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