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Transition News Sep 2010

Hello everyone,

and thank you for your input. Just look at the fantastic events being added to the website.

If you have any thoughts about this email we'd love to hear them... we've had lots of positive feedback, but if you have any ideas about how we could make it more useful please let me know.

Btw, you can now follow what's going on in TransitionNC on Twitter, just click here: http://twitter.com/TransitionNC. We promise to tweet no more than once per day to let you know of events and news as they come in.

Forthcoming events that may be of interest to you:

11-26Sep2010: Making Saltash Greener: 2 week long festival
18Sep2010: Making Herbal Remedies
18-19Sep & 16-17Oct2010: Permaculture courses
19Sep2010: Cottage Farm Open Day: We still have 5 places left, so if you would like to see, touch and feel how to reduce your carbon footprint to zero and stop paying all those energy bills, email Paul@TransitionNC.org with your name, email, telephone and how many people attending.
Advice clinics for social enterprises : Several dates set in various locations around Cornwall
28Sep2010: How to keep locally created wealth
3Oct2010: Transition Farm open day: the last Cottage Farm open day this year
26Oct2010: Trees - Our Most Untapped Agricultural Asset at the Royal
Agricultural College
27Oct2010: Surviving the Great Transition with Lucas, Simms and Wallis-of the NEF, amongst others
27-28Nov2010: Zero Carbon Concert: part of the Global Work Party called by the 350 and 10:10 organisations.
Soil Association - courses, events and more: lots of courses, just click and look

All these and others listed in http://www.transitionnc.org/node/12

Major news stories emerging in the past month include:

Another large collection of news stories to choose from:
Eat meat – but farm it properly: George Monbiot : finally, somebody points to the facts
Another Orlov eye opener- excellent : if you have not yet come across Orlov's assays, this one would be an excellent start. Always clear, always persuasive, always on the ball
Chris Huhne: The era of cheap energy is over : Well do something about it then. Another few years and we will not be able to afford to buy the oil and gas we are relying on.
Some of the other interesting articles include Lighter Later campaign update, Compost bin offers, US-style factory farms for cows - petition , The Earth Awards, Grand Design newsletter , Superhomes Newsletter No5, Who are the fat cats in Cornwall?, Severn green energy project loses government funding, Sustainable Livestock Bill - action needed , Peak Oil and Happy Cows , Stephen Cirell leaves Cornwall Council, Transition Network newsletter Sept 2010 , Transition Autumn Cultivations, 10:10:10 A Global Day of Doing and Post Carbon Institute - Newsletter - all of which are listed in News section at http://www.transitionnc.org/node/53

And new items added to our library of Learning Resources:

Temporary recession or the end of growth?, How to help friends and influence the local economy! , Low Carbon Communities Challenge, What's the worst that can happen - a video and others in http://www.transitionnc.org/node/50

The Local Food Directory has grown yet again and now lists 90 entries - so help yourselves.

In support of the Cornish Diet objectives Transition North Cornwall have developed a directory of Local Food Producers. The directory is freely available at this website and producer entries are free of charge. Short version of the directory are available in print form if you wish to hand some out at your own events.

Every producer can describe their business as they wish, including all their contact details and links to their own websites. Customers can leave comments (as replies to producers entries) on their experiences and quality of products and service. If you know of a good local food producer not yet on the list, do let me have their details and I will do the rest.

To become a member of TransitionNC and thus be able to participate in its decision making, just reply to this email, subject: 'membership', stating your full name, address, and telephone number.

By the way, if you register and log in to the website (which your PC can do for you automatically after the first time) you will find it much more useful. It will automatically show you which items are new, various extra options and some of the information in the side bars will make that much more sense.

Good luck.

Paul
www.TransitionNC.org
Tel: 01840 230 548 email: admin@TransitionNC.org

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