Monthly Archives: July 2010

The End of the Line

We’re often told about the fact that we are currently participating in the sixth great extinction, primarily because of what we’re doing to the rainforests. But it’s not always easy to grasp the reality of how many species we’re destroying … Continue reading

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Cracking Up

The transition process is very much about relocalizing activities of all kinds so as to strengthen local resilience, thereby enabling local communities to cope better with some of the stresses that Peak Oil (PO) and Global Warming (GW) will increasingly … Continue reading

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Swap Party

The inaugural TSL swap party was born on a hot summers’ day on the 17th July 2010. The lovely ladies in the China Beach Club were very supportive and kept us fed and watered on our rooftop perch. What a … Continue reading

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Fixin’ a Hole

At last the oil gusher in the Gulf of Mexico seems to have been plugged, at least temporarily. The amount of criticism levelled at BP has been wholly justified considering their arrogant assumption that nothing would go wrong, and their … Continue reading

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Transition South Lantau – a brief history.

It’s taken me a long time to get around to starting this blog, which I hope will enable me to think a bit more carefully about certain issues, and to share my thoughts about them with more people than I usually … Continue reading

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