Transition Edinburgh: Collective hopes for 2018
On Friday 26 January friends and supporters sat down for a convivial evening meal at the Greyfriars Charteris Centre on the Pleasance. A new social enterprise “Prep Table” offers pop-up Friday community meals and fifteen of us went along for a delicious two-course meal for just £12. See Fiona’s next one on www.facebook.com/preptableedinburgh. Continue reading “Blog”
This is on 4, 5, 16, and 27 bus routes.
Speaker Nick Croft Corporate Policy and Strategy Development Manager, City of Edinburgh Council.
Task Take forward plans for a two day sustainability event at the end of
Invitations have gone out to many community groups. Individuals are welcome of course. Please let me know if you intend to come by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Edinburgh Community Energy Co-op will be holding an event on Friday 7 December including benefits of being a Co-op. This will be in the City Chambers.
See Events of Interest on the right for Transition Edinburgh Pentlands (TEP) events.
Here’s a PDF with more information on TEP:
TransPentlands Flier proof
Raw Output from workshop
This is merely the typed up notes from the workshop. Workshop attendees should suggest any updates in comments. Or add extra thoughts since the workshop. Continue reading “PEG Energy Workshop 4th October 2009”
Changeworks has great pleasure in inviting you to the Energy Heritage fact finding seminar for community groups.
Date: 14th October 2009
Time: 11.45 to 4.45 (includes a networking lunch)
Venue: The City of Edinburgh Methodist Mission, 2 West Tollcross, Edinburgh, EH3 9BP
Cost: free Continue reading “Energy Heritage fact finding seminar for community groups”
Tuesday 22nd September 2009 at 7.30pm
Dean Parish Church Hall, Dean Path
The City of Edinburgh Council has identified a number of sites along the Water of Leith suitable for placing micro hydroelectric power generators. One such site is the lower weir downstream from West Mill in Dean Village. The generator would provide 50 – 60kw of power. Once in place it would generate power continuously with only occasional servicing. The power generated would be sold to the grid, thus providing an income. Continue reading “Public meeting: Hydroelectric Power generation in Dean Village”
Transition Edinburgh, 3 August 2009, City Chambers
Present: Pat, Johanna, Mike F
Apologies: Michelle, Liam Continue reading “Minutes from City Wide Meeting 3 August 2009”
Correctly formatted PDF version available – Transition Edinburgh mins 12 July 09
Transition Edinburgh, 12 July 2009, City Chambers
Present: Liam, Eva, Gerri, Joe TV, Pat
Apologies: Hamish, John, Johanna, Joe L Continue reading “Minutes from City Wide Meeting 12 July 2009”