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Bee Workers for Key Workers 

Bee Workers for Key Workers 

A key part of the work of Transition Liverpool will be to support and promote the many great projects going on in our city region. In her first blog for the site, Steph Colderick met Andrea Ku - a local beekeeper - to hear about how her hives will help support our key...

All the world’s a stage: how culture can reimagine education

All the world’s a stage: how culture can reimagine education

When children in the UK return to school, the recommendations on social distancing will mean that a radical rethink of our education model is needed.  Theatre director Kate Golledge believes that our cultural institutions can play a vital role in a vibrant,...

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...

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...

Guest Blog: Enter The Bicycle

Guest Blog: Enter The Bicycle

In his first guest post for Transition Liverpool, cycle campaigner Edward Lamb gives us his take on the role of cycling in our post-lockdown rebuild. All it took was the end of life as we know it. For years (decades!) campaigners, planners, experts and even the odd MP...

Covid-19 – Information, support and guidance.

Obviously, we are in the middle of a pandemic crisis. It is easy, therefore, to assume everyone knows all they need to know about the disease, its causes and what personal steps you need to take, but we’ve tried to gather some other interesting and useful material....

COVID-19: Keeping in Touch

"Transition is about the intentional act of shifting from high resource use, high carbon dioxide emissions, extractive business practice and fragmented communities to communities with a healthier culture, more resilient and diverse local economies, more connection and...

TED Talks launches the Countdown Initiative – Get Involved!

At February's Transition Cafe, we held a screening of the launch event for Countdown, the exciting new global initiative from TED If you haven't already heard of TED, then we humbly recommend that you search them out at your earliest convenience. This organisation...

Permaculture in the City

On 20th March we were invited to co-host a Transition event at Metal Liverpool, a heritage arts project based at Edge Hill, the oldest active passenger railway station. We were joined by mostly new people from the area and some artists working with Metal on their...

Notes from the Low Carbon Liverpool Panel Discussion

On Monday 16th May, Transition Liverpool were among those invited to contribute to a panel discussion organised by the University of Liverpool to an audience of 140 people. Read more on Low Carbon Liverpool's work here. Speaker Summaries James Johnson - Liverpool...

Transition Cafe Programme 2017

TRANSITION CAFE PROGRAMMEWe are pleased to confirm details for our forthcoming Transition Cafe events.(To be held mostly at Quaker Meeting House unless otherwise stated)Every Second Wednesday of the month we host a Cafe event from 630pm where we share food and learn...

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