I'm a writer and thinker, a lover of books, words and stories, art, film and photography. I live in Luton, and divide my time between working for a small publisher, and freelance writing, community activism, and gardening my little patch of Earth.
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Previous Transition books, of which there are several, have so far been handbooks and how-tos for those within the movement or at least fairly seriously interested. Rob Hopkins‘ new book, The Power of Just Doing Stuff, reads more like an outreach piece for those who have a vague awareness of Transition but aren’t entirely sold […]
What do you do when your kitchen or household appliances wear out? Chances are they end up in a bin somewhere. Many of them can’t be repaired, or were cheap enough not to make them fixing. Throwing them away is hardly a sustainable model, with valuable materials lost every time something is thrown away. A […]
If you want to know what America would look like if the Tea Party got to actually enact their Randian theocracy fantasies, look at Kansas. A third of Britain’s honeybee colonies didn’t make it through winter this year. You will get less out of the Eco Technology Show in Brighton if you do what I […]