Transition Training Opportunity in Argyll & Bute

following on from the films and discussions in the Victory Hall, Benderloch, at the end of last year, there is a great opportunity for those with an interest in learning more.

Transition Training Opportunity in Argyll & Bute

6th and 7th March in Helensburgh

To book contact https://www.findhorn.org/cifal_tt_helensburgh.php

What the trainers have to say:

“Transition Towns has emerged only in recent years. It is a citizen-led model for communities to progress their own ways of reducing CO2 and energy consumption. Rooted in an understanding of the need to become less dependent on fossil fuels in an age of rising energy prices, the Transition Towns model offers practical ways for communities and councils to manage their own process of using or needing less energy; what is called “energy descent”. There are currently 12 fully-fledged Transition initiatives in Scotland but a further 40 that are in the process of becoming so.

Launched by Transition Town Totnes in 2006, there are already 270 official Transition initiatives across the world and nearly a thousand communities are at some stage of considering or adopting the tools developed there. (To see information on many of the official Transition places go to www.transitiontowns.org)

The course is designed to give a detailed introduction to the most important skills necessary to successfully set up, develop, and run a Transition project in your locality.”

February 24, 2010   Posted in: Community

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