About usMelbourne Area Transition is a group of residents in and around Melbourne in South Derbyshire, who want to work (and play) together to make the Melbourne area a more sturdy/resilient community in the face of the two massive challenges of Peak Oil and Climate Change. We organise ourselves into project groups focused on activities with a small ‘admin hub’ to support the groups. There are all sorts of activities to keep this rolling, from planting bushes to energy auditing local houses to administering the mailing list to book-keeping for events and more. Everyone is welcome to meetings and to get involved. Please do – we need the help!
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Archive for November, 2010
Posted on November 9, 2010 | No CommentsGraham Truscott of Melbourne Area Transition will be setting out the challenges of moving to a low-carbon, energy constrained future and why the answers to these challenges lie at the local level. Leisure Centre, Melbourne – 7.30pm 29th November 2010 Tweet
Posted on November 8, 2010 | No CommentsMelbourne Area Transition is community-led. Anyone can be involved. Everyone is needed – local people, community groups, young people, businesses, funders and investors, partners, local government. Inclusion is a fundamental principle of Transition. We are only as resilient as our neighbours. The Transition process thus […]
Posted on November 5, 2010 | No CommentsMelbourne has joined South Derbyshire District Council’s Low Carbon Village project. This will particularly assist us in promoting energy efficiency and subsidised insulation within the area, and will enable us to tap into information, resources and funds. Tweet
Posted on November 5, 2010 | No CommentsMelbourne Area Transition is in discussion with the Forestry Commission and the National Forest Company about planting a community woodland/ orchard close to Melbourne, Ticknall and Stanton by Bridge. We aim to plant a large selection of edible trees and other productive trees and plants […]