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written by Justina on June 10, 2011
Transition Edinburgh Uni Open Meeting, Wednesday 15th June at 4pm.
The Braid Room, Pleasance
After some theoretical discussions about the future of Transition Edinburgh University, it is time to chat about more practical things that can, and are, happening in the next few months.
written by Olga Bloemen on April 19, 2011Join in for the epic Big Green Makeover of the Uni’s Woodlands Outdoor Education Facility in the Highlands, from the 21st to the 24th of May, when most of the exams are over!
Message from Grassroots Climate Exchange: We have so much power we have to change things for the better
written by Ric Lander on April 8, 2011
Transition Edinburgh University, with the help of scores of partner organisations, speakers, and volunteers, hosted Grassroots Climate Exchange on the 18 and 19 of March.
written by Ric Lander on April 6, 2011
Transition Edinburgh University has reached the end of its 16-month Climate Challenge Fund project and we’ve got a lot to celebrate. Sadly we have heard that we will not be receiving continued funding from the Climate Challenge Fund this year, which means a change in direction for the project.
written by Rosie Sullivan on March 16, 2011
With over 600 bags sold,100s of recipes shared, Whitmuir farm visited and many a belly happily filled with seasonal local veg, it’s time to celebrate the successes of the Veg Bag and pass over the gauntlet to new celeriac brains. We want to say a big THANK YOU to all our supporters and invite you to our Veg Bag handover party.
written by Justina on March 10, 2011
The end of the second term is quickly approaching. Transition Travel Team surely has something to offer if you and your friends want to have some extraordinary fun to celebrate the end of school year!
written by Ric Lander on March 8, 2011
18-19 March is fast approaching with two packed days of knowledge sharing and inspiring workshops on climate action, and the chance to meet with specialists who have designed and implemented innovative low carbon, life changing programmes.
It’s gonna be a great couple of days!
The programme is now live with details of all 30 workshops, and headline speakers including the champions of the Scottish Young Green List, and Andrew Chamberlain, Director of Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges Scotland and Eva Schonveld, Coordinator of Transition Scotland Support.
If you or your friends or colleagues haven’t registered for free yet there are just a few spaces left, so make sure you get to http://grassrootsclimate.eventbrite.com now.
See you next week!
Ric Lander, Alice O’Rourke and Caro Overy
Organising Team, Grassroots Climate Exchange 2011
written by Rosie Sullivan on March 7, 2011
Introduction to Growing Your Own Veg with the Allotment and Permaculture Society
9th March | Kings Building Allotment | 12-2pm
Spring is coming and veg needs to be grown. Not sure where to start? Handily the Allotment Society will be running a workshop in seed propagating and the basics of growing your own veg! Seeds and compost and many a skilled gardener’s mind to pick are all included, just bring some tubs if you want to take some plants back to grow on your windowsill. All free and all welcome!
written by Rosie Sullivan on January 18, 2011
Grab your place on a series of group discussions designed to make a difference…
written by Ric Lander on December 20, 2010
Grassroots Climate Exchange: Universities, Colleges and the Green Transition
Friday 18 – Saturday 19 March 2011 at the University of Edinburgh
How can staff and students make the necessary changes to achieve a low carbon world? Inspired by student groups, students’ associations, and the growing Transition movement, colleges and universities are leading the way. In March 2011 we will gather in Edinburgh to share practical-action solutions to climate change.