This month's series: What does climate change look like where you live?
Today we hear from Karen Tracy in Joshua Tree in the Mojave desert where the average annual rainfall is 4 inches. What does 'living with climate change' look like in that context?
March's theme is "Living with Climate Change"
Our theme for March is 'Living with climate change'. What will that entail, and how are we living with it already? How does living with climate change affect us? And how might that shape our responses?
Why we do what we do
The search is on for new Transition Network Trustees
Transition Network is seeing four new Trustees. Might you be one of them? Over the next couple of weeks we'll be asking current and former Trustees for their thoughts and experiences, starting today with Delivery Director Sarah McAdam.
The Transition Interview: Paul Kingsnorth
Latest Transition Culture blog post
Latest from the Social Reporters
Communications is an important part of Transition at every level, from the Transition Network down to the smallest initiative. It's necessary but it's difficult. What are the key messages? Who are the important audiences and how best to reach them? This week the Social Reporters will look at these and other questions as they explore communications in Transition.
Transition Network recently published it's Funding Primer ("Tips, suggestions and advice for getting your Transition group’s projects funded"). It's a cracker.
Potato Day is a regular part of the gardeners' calendar in Stroud, thanks to Transition Stroud and Down To Earth, who jointly run the event.
This was the fourth Potato Day, and as in previous years the volunteers worked hard to sell close to half a tonne of seed potatoes.
Read more about the project here.