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Power Shift UK: Breaking down the barriers & diversifying the climate movement

Saturday, 3 May 2014 - 11:00am - Sunday, 4 May 2014 - 4:00pm


Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT
United Kingdom


Feeling a little daunted by the latest IPCC report?

Want to respond but not sure how?

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Living in the Light of IPCC5

The fifth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has been published just as I get to grips with becoming a grandmother for the first time.  If my grandchild lives as long as my mother he will see the 22nd century, that key IPCC date 2100.

Warwick Rowell

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Western Australia, Australia




Warwick has a Honours degree in Commerce from the University of WA and a Master of Science degree in organisational and educational psychology, as well as a Diploma in Permaculture Design. 

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Bob and Doris Are Not Afraid - a climate change comedy

Saturday, 20 July 2013 - 2:30pm
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Jacquie Penrose
Arts & Crafts

Bob & Doris Are Not Afraid

Have you noticed that there's been a lot of weather about lately?

Floods. Storms. Heatwaves?

So have Bob and Doris. But they aren't afraid. Why should they be?

Engaging Communities on Energy and Climate Change

Wednesday, 15 January 2014 - 10:00am - 4:00pm


Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA)
17 Carlton House Terrace, London
London SW1Y 5AS
United Kingdom

Engaging Communities on Energy and Climate Change, 

A course for anyone looking to develop community engagement for energy-saving and climate change.

 “Interesting and very well organised!”

 Monica Nadolny (Groundwork)

“Engaging on engagement!”

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Wednesday, 15 January 2014 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
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Saint Clair Shores

Saint Clair Shores, United States
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Why be happy when you could be challenged!

What do you read a social reporting blog for?  Entertainment? Yes. Information? Yes.  Inspiration? Oh definitely.   A  proper all round view of the many facets of Transition, the people in Transition, their friends, colleagues and fellow journeyers? 

To fly or not to fly isn't the question.

To fly or not to fly is not a question that vexes me very much these days. A while back I did adopt the “I don't fly!” badge, an essential part of the credibility kit for the noble climate change warrior, but lately I've come to realise that especially in my case, it does as much good for the cause as does wearing sandals in winter.

When optimism’s just not enough – it's time for palliative care

When I was 10 years old I actually wanted to be an astronaut. In my early teens life as a rock star beckoned briefly, before I fell into a good job (easy then) and a regular income. I had no plans for my life and just went with the flow, buoyant with optimism, meandering through fun and friendships, cars and careers, parties and parenthood.

Bringing the harvest in

Where was the sun? It's not been a great year for us gardeners. It never really became summer here in Wales. It felt like we were stuck in spring and a cold one at that.

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