Transition Ipswich is about using our collective talents and unique local knowledge to make our community more resilient to the growing social pressures of Peak Oil and Climate Change.
Many towns around the country are now well on their way to putting into practice a local energy descent plan and they look like they're having a pretty good time as well.
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Category Archives: transport
The films we’ve screened this season have looked at the sustainability challenge from various perspectives – social, economic and environmental. To round the season off our final film In Transition 2.0 shows how communities are responding to these challenges in … Continue reading
Here are details of the upcoming Festival of Green Ideas. Scroll down for the full programme.
My car is due to die soon – I will need to replace it, as I can’t move enough ecologist junk by bike or far enough. (Ok, I admit it, I’m addicted) I would consider car club or electric – … Continue reading
The recent transport group was poorly attended so not many decisions were taken. Here’s a brief review of some of the issues we talked about. Someone had proposed a giant cube to represent a metric tonne of carbon dioxide. We … Continue reading
TI was at the Smarter Living day at the Country Library on the 6th November, with Steve and Heather out in the cold showing some solutions to lower energy transport, many kindly loaned by Kevin of Bicycle Doctor Joanne … Continue reading
Please come and support this event! We hope it will be fun. I’ve contacted a lot of people and there have been lots of views of the Freewheeling Ipswich blog.