Welcome to Transition Falmouth
“Live lightly on this world as we only have the one. Stop over producing and stop making people live such hard lives, just to earn a crust. We are aiming for right livelihoods and creative solutions. Keep it local and simple; appropriate and as gentle as can be.” – Kate O, TF Veteran
Please note that due to the Covid-19 pandemic our meetings are currently held online
Too Good to Waste Circular Economy View Our Local Food Guide
Engaging the community in designing a vibrant low energy future for Falmouth and the surrounding area to face the twin challenges posed by Peak Oil and Climate Change.
Please join us and participate in the process.
Plastic pollution of our marine and wider environment continues to cause great concern globally and locally. But how deep of a crisis is it? Have we reached a critical point where discarded plastic waste has become so embedded in our … Continue reading
The first “Turning Off the Plastic Tap” Guide was produced in 2018. Since then, we have just completed an update, as there have been some significant developments, locally, nationally, and globally, concerning single-use plastic waste reduction Here locally, for example, … Continue reading
The sources of our energy and its consumption are currently a huge economic and environmental concern. Back in the 19th century “consumption” was a medical issue, in the 20th an aspiration/addiction, and now in the 21st a major environmental problem! … Continue reading
The Cornwall Sustainability Awards were presented on Friday, 3rd December at a ceremony held in the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro There were winners, runners-up, and highly commended awards, across several categories; including Growing Greener (sustainable food and farming); Circular … Continue reading
I began working on this project around 2 years ago, aiming to research and promote the use of compost toilets and waterless systems for environmental gain. This – let’s face it, slightly unusual – area of interest came about some … Continue reading
Some recent news Biodiversity Falmouth Town Council has declared an Ecological Emergency. You can read all about it in the Packet, and note the call to support the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill (which Transition Falmouth has signed up to). … Continue reading
Spreading the word at Green Day at the Princess Pavilion on Sunday 19th September! Here representing Transition Falmouth, Fal Energy Partnership and Falmouth LETS at Princess Pavilion’s pop up event put on by Falmouth Town Council. Fal Energy Partnership gained … Continue reading
Details of the Green Day at Princess Pavilion below – Sunday 19th September. Really good to see Princess Pavilion back at the heart of the community. Transition Falmouth will have a display on the day. … Continue reading
Fal Energy Partnership (which evolved from TF’s Energy group back in 2010) is running a survey to see what kind of potential projects they could pursue that those living in the Fal Network area would support. 12,000 printed copies of … Continue reading
This year – 2021 – has been designated the International Year of Fruit and Vegetables by the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation) of the United Nations, and to mark the occasion Transition Falmouth and Transition Truro have joined forces with … Continue reading