Here, some Transition Town Lewes steering group members suggest some of the changes that they’d like to see endure after the lockdown is lifted.
One concept that’s been taking hold in response to COVID-19 is the principle developed by Oxford economist Kate Raworth of doughnut economics.
We’re adapting to unprecedented changes in how we travel, work and shop. Our sacrifices are compensated by clearer skies and quieter roads. But are carbon emissions falling too?
The pandemic shutdown has created an invaluable opportunity to prioritise pedestrians and cyclists, reduce pollution and create better shared space in Lewes, say Cycle Lewes and Lewes Living Streets
Living in Lewes, lots of us have our favourite footpaths and country walks. But legislation means many much-loved pathways could be lost unless registered as rights of way – we need to act now to save them.
Exciting news! A new YouTube channel is being launched to inform and educate people on the actions they can take now (and the movements that are already happening) to achieve a greener society.
Here’s a brilliant article from the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership on how to start growing food no matter how small a space you have – or how new you are to the whole world of gardening.
Profligate consumerism gone mad: can lockdown cure us?
Here’s a really useful guide from Pesticide Action Network…
In these difficult times you can still support Lewes’ local independent food producers, shops, and restaurants – and be well fed…