About

Transition Cornwall+ is part of a vibrant, international grassroots movement that began in the United Kingdom in 2005 and has since spread to hundreds of communities around the world. We are one of the many Canadian communities associated with the international Transition Network.

Transition Cornwall+ supports Cornwall and neighbouring communities in facing challenges such as the rising cost of energy and food, extreme weather, and financial uncertainty. By working together right now, we can create a more affordable, caring, healthy and secure future for all.

Transition Cornwall+ is a working group with the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area.

If you have an interest to become involved with this caring, fun-loving community group or simply want further information, kindly contact transitioncornwallarea@gmail.com.

Our Purpose

Transition Cornwall+ aims to inspire everyone in the Cornwall area to work together to increase our community’s capacity to thrive in the face of challenges such as the rising cost of energy and food, extreme weather, and financial uncertainty. We intend to:

  • raise awareness about these upcoming challenges
  • work with people and groups already active with these issues
  • lead a dynamic community process that unleashes the collective genius of our citizens for imagining and planning for a better future
  • create and implement a long-term plan to systematically reduce fossil fuel dependency in the Cornwall area

Read More…

So, What Is A Transition Town?
How Do Transition Initiatives Work?
What Is Resilience?
6 Principles of Transition
4 Assumptions of Transition
12 Steps of Transition – from Transition Network Website
Transition Primer – from Transition Network Website
Transition Network
Our Constitution

Some members of our Initiating Group:

TSG 003

Planning the year2

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