Transition Derry

Tackling Peak Oil, Climate Change and Economic Breakdown

TD is part of a worldwide movement building community resilience to face the challenges of peak oil,climate change and economic breakdown.

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How a New Money System could help stop Climate Change

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2016/nov/05/how-a-new-money-system-could-help-stop-climate-changePositive Money are pointing out two inaccuracies (while otherwise recommending the article).1. there is actually no requirement for UK banks to hold any amount in reserve before creating new money (fractional reserve…See More
Nov 13
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How a New Money System could help stop Climate Change

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2016/nov/05/how-a-new-money-system-could-help-stop-climate-changePositive Money are pointing out two inaccuracies (while otherwise recommending the article).1. there is actually no requirement for UK banks to hold any amount in reserve before creating new money (fractional reserve…See More
Nov 13
marian farrell posted a blog post

No to Fracking - The People's Declaration

Say no to frackingTo stand with the people of North YorkshireSign the People's Declaration nowThe People's DeclarationWe, as people united across Yorkshire and across Britain, declare that we remain opposed to fracking in Yorkshire, in Britain, and across the world. We know that fracking carries serious risks to local people, to our health, our water, our wildlife, and contributes to climate change.We are extremely…See More
May 25
A blog post by marian farrell was featured

Zero Waste North West Flashmob Sat 12th March 3pm Cornmarket Belfast

"Zero Waste is a goal that is ethical, economical, efficient and visionary - guiding people in changing their lifestyles and practices to emulate sustainable natural cycles, where all discarded materials are designed to become resources for others to use.""Zero Waste means designing and managing products and processes to systematically avoid and eliminate the volume and toxicity of waste and materials, conserve and recover all resources, and not burn or bury them. Implementing Zero Waste will…See More
Mar 7
marian farrell posted a blog post

Zero Waste North West Flashmob Sat 12th March 3pm Cornmarket Belfast

"Zero Waste is a goal that is ethical, economical, efficient and visionary - guiding people in changing their lifestyles and practices to emulate sustainable natural cycles, where all discarded materials are designed to become resources for others to use.""Zero Waste means designing and managing products and processes to systematically avoid and eliminate the volume and toxicity of waste and materials, conserve and recover all resources, and not burn or bury them. Implementing Zero Waste will…See More
Mar 7
A blog post by marian farrell was featured

County Clare is a TTIP Free Zone!

It’s official - County Clare is now Ireland’s first TTIP Free Zone!The night of Monday 8th February was a milestone moment in our fight to stop the toxic deal TTIP. Following a campaign led by Uplift members, Clare County Council passed a motion to declare the county a TTIP Free Zone.This victory is a huge step for our community’s campaign to stop TTIP in its tracks. And what’s more, it’s people power that made it happen. But now we need to take this national.Imagine if every city or county…See More
Feb 18
marian farrell posted a blog post

County Clare is a TTIP Free Zone!

It’s official - County Clare is now Ireland’s first TTIP Free Zone!The night of Monday 8th February was a milestone moment in our fight to stop the toxic deal TTIP. Following a campaign led by Uplift members, Clare County Council passed a motion to declare the county a TTIP Free Zone.This victory is a huge step for our community’s campaign to stop TTIP in its tracks. And what’s more, it’s people power that made it happen. But now we need to take this national.Imagine if every city or county…See More
Feb 18
A blog post by marian farrell was featured

Shale Gas Bulletin Ireland

Issue No. 71 - January 1, 2016 Shale Gas Bulletin IrelandA twice-monthly email bulletin on shale gas issues for Irish decision-makers, journalists, and the general public1.Ireland publishes plan to reduce fossil fuel use significantly by…See More
Jan 5
 

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No to Fracking - The People's Declaration

Posted by marian farrell on May 25, 2016 at 5:30

County Clare is a TTIP Free Zone!

Posted by marian farrell on February 18, 2016 at 16:30

Shale Gas Bulletin Ireland

Posted by marian farrell on January 5, 2016 at 5:03

About Us

Transition Derry
Making Links and Sharing Skills to Build Local Resilience for Powerdown

How do you see life in the North West after Peak Oil?
When oil production is on the decline and we no longer have access to the benefits of a cheap supply will we be able to cope with the end of the world as we know it?

Could we see the challenges as an opportunity to build on the networks which are already strong in our communities; to share skills; learn from our elders; create a new way of living which cares for people and the environment?
Transition Derry works locally as part of a worldwide initiative which is building community resilience to face the effects of Climate Change, Peak Oil and Economic Breakdown. To find out more go to

www.transitionculture.org; www.transitiontowns.org
http://transitiontownsireland.ning.com/

Transition Derry was started in October 2008 with the aim of developing community based networks to enable sustainable, local 'eating, heating and means of exchange'. 

I am delighted, at the start of 2016, to announce the installation of a masonry stove in my terraced house. I first saw these stoves (also known as thermal mass stoves and kachelofens) in 2011 in Sunseed Desert Community Spain www.sunseed.org and have been hankering after one since. Masonry stoves have been efficiently heating homes in the north of Europe, Russia and Scandinavia for centuries and the Romans used masonry technology to heat their public baths. The stoves use a small supply of wood, require only one or two firings a day, maximise the amount of heat retention, minimise emissions and provide a radiant heat which has been described as 'living with a piece of the sun'. I am looking forward to its first firing later this month and will share photos and information.

Marian

Feb 2016

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