The transition to a green or sustainable economy represents one of the most important challenges to society. Approaches to economic development are needed that avoid damage to the environment, while also improving human wellbeing and social justice. Some of the most exciting ways to achieve this transition have emerged from grass-roots initiatives such as transition towns. This event will explore how the transition to a green economy can be achieved in practice, by considering experience gained through the transition town movement and other related approaches. This talk will feature presentations from the local transition groups and a video presentation from Rob Hopkins, founder of the transition project.
Join us Thursday 16 July, 7pm-9pm at Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus
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