A peak into the future. Described as ‘a social experiment on a massive…

by Sarah Lewis
The Guardian, September 11, 2008.
When Waterstone’s recently asked 150 MPs about their favourite summer reads, number five on the list was a book from an environment group that only two years ago almost no one had heard of. But in that time, the Transition Town movement has grown from a classroom idea to a sprawling international network, which many think holds some of the answers to our environmental problems.Described as ‘a social experiment on a massive scale’, the Transition Town movement offers positive ideas for low-carbon living.

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