Category Archives: Climate Change – 10/10/10 Global Work Party (this weekend)

“With your help, 10/10/10 is going to be the biggest day of practical action to cut carbon that the world has ever seen. We’re calling it “A Day to Celebrate Climate Solutions”–together we’ll get to work in our communities on … Continue reading

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Walk against warming 2010 – Sunday the 15th of August

At one week before the election this is a chance for people of all political persuasions to come together and tell our politicians that we want action on climate change. The Walk will be calling for A price on carbon … Continue reading

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Towards a Safe Climate – 14th April – A great event organised by the Climate Network

The Community Climate Network Queensland (CCNQ) has a great event coming up on the 14th of April. The Transition Towns network in Brisbane is part of the CCNQ so we encourage anyone who is interested to head down to the … Continue reading

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Understanding climate change: Spotlight on the “skeptics” and Climate Change Q & A

The November meeting of Transition Kenmore District is an opportunity to bring along friends, family, neighbours who are either inquisitive or skeptical to our: Q & A on Climate Change. As we move closer to the important decision making event … Continue reading

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An EDAP is Born!

Two years after the group was formed, Transition Forest Row has just published its first version of an EDAP. Subtitled ‘a community work in progress’ it is a combination of storytelling, cartoons, drawings and practical steps to an oil-free 2030. … Continue reading

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Talking back to climate change sceptics

Released in January 2009 Setting the Record Straight: Responses to Common Challenges to Climate Science addresses 13 of the most common challenges and objections that have been posed to the climate change community over recent months.

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