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Friday 3rd October, Butler House, 7:30pm, Free

Transition Programme Events in Kilkenny

Transition Programme Events in Kilkenny

The Transition Town movement continues to grow exponentially throughout the world from Japan to New Zealand to Ireland. In the absence of concrete efforts by international governments, communities are taking action and leading the way with positive local responses to the twin challenges of peak oil and climate change.

The focus is on small-scale solutions that promote local food production, strengthen communities and create economic resilience. Examples of this work include community gardens, local food directories, running courses, skill-sharing, promoting cycling/walking, screening films, hosting seminars, establishing a local currency, developing energy descent plans and many other activities.

This coming Friday Future Proof Kilkenny will host a free public meeting on the Transition Town movement and launch its September – December program of “Transition Events”. This program marks a departure from earlier awareness raising events to include more practical and solutions-focused content. To help with this work and to plan our program for next year we are looking for volunteers and welcome anybody who wishes to become involved.

We will also hear what is happening in other transition towns throughout the country.

Davie Philip, Cultivate

Davie Philip, Cultivate

Davie Philip, education manager of Cultivate and co-ordinator of the Transition Network in Ireland, will present an overview of what has been achieved to-date and what’s in the pipeline for the future.

It promises to be an exciting and inspiring evening! Do come along!

One Comment to “Transition Town Update & Program Launch”

  1. on 30 Sep 2008 at 11:25 amMichael Miklis

    Hi there
    I am delighted to discover that Kilkenny is in transition.
    I wish jut to highlight 2 more peaks which will have similar impacts as peak oil and this are peak Phosphate and Potash which are determining factors in agriculture as we know it.
    I am willing to highlight food security where is our seed?
    in a talk if wanted
    Kind regards
    Michael Miklis, Administrator
    Biodynamic Agricultural Association of Ireland

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