Transition Liverpool

Coming together to reimagine and rebuild our world.

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Transition Towns is a global network whose aim is to help society to move away from the consumption of fossil fuels

We raise awareness of the positive impacts of a low carbon lifestyle, advocating for social and economic justice. We build links with other groups across the city in order to collaborate more effectively on key focus areas such as plans for local development and the protection of biodiversity and green space.

We provide advice and support for individuals who want to get involved in environmental/community work. We are currently developing a number of projects across the city — we’re creating a solidarity economy map of Liverpool City Region, planning an art takeover of our city streets, and are working with some friends on realising a Citizen’s Climate Assembly for Liverpool. There is always more work than there are people so if you want to DO something, come and speak to us!

With action, comes hope.

Food, health, conservation and the planet

Food, health, conservation and the planet

Transition Liverpool's Julia Cadman discusses food and its place in our lives, our health, and our communities. This is a personal account of an approach to food. Some principles apply: avoiding waste, local sourcing, a narrowish range of simple dishes and listening...

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A City Reimagined

A City Reimagined

In her first guest article for Transition Liverpool, Bernadette McBride muses on how our past can inform our future. Liverpool is a city which has reimagined itself over and over, an ever-unfolding love story of people who have fought and overcome many tragedies. From...

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Bees do have a smell, you know, and if they don’t they should, for their feet are dusted with spices from a million flowers.

– Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury

If you need something to worship, then worship life — all life, every last crawling bit of it! We’re all in this beauty together!

– Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert

The earth will not continue to offer its harvest, except with faithful stewardship. We cannot say we love the land and then take steps to destroy it for use by future generations.

Pope John Paul II

Nature teaches beasts to know their friends.

– Coriolanus by William Shakespeare

Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries.

Jimmy Carter

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