Transition Café is our monthly meeting where we discuss a variety of Transition issues in a relaxed and informal way. Come along and meet up with other Transitioners or find out more about how you can get involved.
14th September Topic: Linking the Local and the Global
Localisation is at the core of the Transition approach, but how might this work relate to global issues? This month we’ll be watching a short episode of The Powerdown Show focusing on Global Citizenship to kick off the discussion.
12th October Topic: Honouring the Elders
Rather than seeing the past as something to be left behind, the Transition approach suggests that we have a lot to learn from those who lived before the age of cheap oil. This month, Michelle Bastian will open up a discussion on these issues by describing a new project being developed that will explore the history of local food in Liverpool.
9th November Topic: Children, Health and Climate Change
After looking at how we can learn from the past in October’s café, November’s meeting will looking to the future. Neil Chadborn from Transition Eastham and Bromborough will open the discussion by discussing some of his research aimed at learning more about children’s attitudes towards health and climate change.
Transition Café starts at 6:30pm with tea and coffee available.
You’ll find us at the Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane.