Plymouth is a city of approximately 250,000 residents and students.
Transition Plymouth is working towards the following:
To manage resources in an increasingly sustainable manner, empowering us, the citizens of Plymouth, to improve our quality of life and community.
1.- To educate people and organisations in Plymouth on Climate Change and Peak Oil.
2.- To support community actions against Climate Change and Peak Oil.
3.- To promote and support the alternatives to fossil fuel dependency and nuclear power.
4.- To encourage a fair/ethical and low carbon local economic system.
5.- To support environmental welfare.
6.- To encourage the consumption of local food.
7.- To support and engage with other transition groups in pursuit of our aims and objectives.
8,- To work together with any other groups and organisations, as appropriate, to develop and implement an Energy Descent Action Plan for Plymouth and its environs.
9.- To challenge developments, behaviours and practices that are against our aims and objectives.
10.- To seek a nuclear-free Plymouth