Brisbane Area Transition Town Initiatives

Transition Towns

The actual concept of Transition Towns is discussed elsewhere. If you would like to know what they are about, go here, here and here.

Brisbane Area Transition Town Initiatives

Here you will find information on the various Transition Town Initiatives in the Brisbane area.  See below or in the right hand column for links to the initiatives currently operating in Brisbane.

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4 Responses to Brisbane Area Transition Town Initiatives

  1. Valerie Joy says:

    I was active with Brisbane Transition Towns about a decade ago. I am now very involved with the ICAN (International Campaign against Nuclear Weapons)- the Cities and Towns campaign. It occurred to me that there could be a connection with Transition Towns. However on the website- it does not look as if any of the groups in Brisbane are still active. If there are any that are still meeting, please contact me. Many thanks!
    Valerie Joy

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  3. Anne says:

    We seem to be missing from the list of Transition Towns in Brisbane.
    Transition The Grove

    Also Enoggera Transition is not in the list.
    What is the process for getting them in the list?

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