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Here are some of the inspiring things happening around the UK

(click on the images to find out more)


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We can all make a difference: our lifestyle choices matter. Take the Jump - an online community project - helps you do your bit.

pebblemag2-2.jpg is an online magazine promoting zero waste and ethical lifestyles, e.g. see this guide to 9 of the best online plastic-free shops.



Transition is a global movement of communities being the change they want to see in the world. Tooting has an active Transition group.


Possible is a charity working towards a zero carbon society: they do individual, local and systemic actions, all with a can-do attitude. Join them!


Timebanking is a system for trading time (instead of money) within a community. Could it work in H&F?


The inspirational story of how Preston has emerged from its post-industrial doldrums - through localism. (Cartoon: Mark Long)


Winners of the 2019 Guardian Climate Champions award, Nottingham city council is well on the way to achieving its zero carbon target of 2028.


Defy the madness of 'planned obsolescence': iFixit is a free online platform with guides and toolkits for repairing all manner of gadgets.


Can we fix it? The Restart Project is 'a people-powered social enterprise that aims to fix our relationship with electronics'.


Bristol Green Capital Partnership unites 900+ organisations 'committed to Bristol becoming a sustainable city with a high-quality of life for all.'


Article from Sustrans on how climate action is happening in local communities, i.e. what Imagine2030 is all about.


Loop is a start-up business, looking to provide a range of products in returnable, reusable containers. They're trialling a scheme with Tesco.

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The Climate Coalition of many organisations and individuals is calling for a 'greener, cleaner world that works for everyone'. Sign their declaration and support their campaign.

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