Welcome to Transition Truro
Helping to build a resilient Truro that’s both planet and people friendly.
We are holding regular meetings to enable local people to find out more about these issues and contribute knowledge and ideas – engaging the community in creatively developing sustainable solutions to all aspects of our lives.
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A very enjoyable time was had by all at Truro and Falmouth’s “Green Drinks” event with great food, drink, and company. Photos by Luci Isaacson of Climate Vision. … Continue reading
About this time last year, we held a social gathering for LETS, Transition and other environmental groups in and around Truro and Falmouth to meet chat and drink and find out more about Transition Truro, Truro LETS, Transition Falmouth Falmouth LETS, … Continue reading
Why we must support renewable energy in Cornwall – making the links with climate change! 6.00 to 7.30pm, Tuesday 3rd November 2015 Truro Cathedral, The Chapter House, St Mary’s St, TR1 2AF (light refreshments available from 5.30pm) Click here for … Continue reading
Transition Truro and Transition Falmouth have been promoting the concept of car (sharing) clubs locally for many years. They fit well with the ideals of the Transition Town movement: Engender community cohesion through promoting shared use of resources and greater interaction with … Continue reading
We are sharing a vegetable garden with Penair School. There are a number of raised beds, a greenhouse and a meeting room. We are trying to get community involvement. The school cultivate some of the beds and we look after … Continue reading
Have you sat in front of Grand Designs and dreamed about building your own eco home but not known where to start? Have you been considering installing a log burner this winter but wanted to get some first-hand advice and … Continue reading
Dr John Green will be presenting a report from the Resilience Centre, commissioned by Molly Scott Cato, MEP, which indicates that all the energy needs of the south west region can be met from renewable sources. Monday, 14 September, 2015 … Continue reading
Promoting energy efficient lifestyles and reducing our carbon emissions is not an easy task, although vital to tackling arguably the greatest challenge facing humanity. Austerity politics tends to push green issues off the agenda. However, saving money and saving carbon … Continue reading
Phew! It’s out! The survey is now complete and in peoples inboxes awaiting the light! Having completed pre-surveys to gauge the kind of answers people might provide when questioned about the Top Ten Pledges, we looked at how we were … Continue reading
Here’s a nice video and other info and links on the page… quote “With over 50% of the population living in urban areas, the London Permablitz team is working hard to spread permaculture across the city, transforming community spaces and … Continue reading