Nourishing Reflections – Part 3

Amongst the many fabulous speakers at the 2014 Nourish Scotland Conference last month, I was fortunate enough to hear Pete Smith, Professor of Soils & Global Change at the University of Aberdeen, deliver a highly informative talk on the subject of food sovereignty and the importance of dietary change.  For those unfamiliar with the term, ‘food… Read More »

Nourishing Reflections – Part 1

The Nourish Conference 2014 was held in Glasgow with the theme ‘Our Common Wealth of Food’, with day one appropriately being held on World Food Day on Oct 16th. The Nourish website now has photos, speaker profiles and presentation downloads, as well as an introductory video message from Professor Olivier de Schutter, former UN Special… Read More »

EH49 Food Co-op

Exciting times within TL, as we gear up for the launch of a new Food initiative within Linlithgow. We are working to kick-start a new Food Co-op. Simply called EH49 Food (what could be simpler), it will serve the community of the EH49 post-code region and source food from local suppliers. More details to follow… Read More »

September Newsletter

Here’s a link to our September Newsletter. News on the People’s Climate March in Edinburgh, a link to the CarClub survey form, information about the next Local Development Plan for Linlithgow and forthcoming Transition Gathering in Scotland on 10th Oct in St. Andrews.

Who uses car clubs?

  Car clubs – who needs them? Who uses them? If you’re happy with your own car (or cars) you might reasonably ask these questions, and ultimately “what good are they to me?”. As part of Transition Linlithgow’s promotion of peer to peer car clubs we gave some thought to the ways people all over Scotland and the UK use… Read More »