There are currently 200 Transition initiatives in the UK, and around 1,800 in the world. In Pittsburgh, USA, urban farmers give their produce away for free to people in poverty or donate it to a food bank. In Transition Monteveglio, Italy, two members put themselves forward for local council elections and won, allowing them to connect to the wider community. They helped create an Energy Descent Action Plan for a town of 5,000 people, which then rolled out to the wider region and became part of an EU programme targeting carbon emissions and developing renewable energy. A Transition bakery co-op ...


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