Monthly Archives: November 2012

  1. 16th Nov. Letter from Gary Cockram (West of England Partnership) clarifying the purpose of the proposed bus-only junction.

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    November 16, 2012 by rethinkm32

    Email received on 16th November 2012. Nothing new in this email. What is useful is the clarification that the current …
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  2. Stapleton Allotments association choose not to be ‘bought off’

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    November 16, 2012 by rethinkm32

    Thanks to Jane Ghosh for this article – Jane is Secretary of Stapleton Allotment Association. Stapleton Allotments Association , at their …
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  3. What happens when local authorities ask “what if the economic situation doesn’t get better?” » Transition Culture

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    November 15, 2012 by rethinkm32

    What happens when local authorities ask “what if the economic situation doesn’t get better?” » Transition Culture. This is a …
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  4. Why did the council decide to censor my article?

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    November 13, 2012 by rethinkm32

    As hopefully most of you know, I wrote an article for Bristol Food Network’s Nov/Dec e-newsletter. The title of the article …
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  5. Happiness Peaks At 7-8 Servings Of Fruits and Vegetables Per Day [STUDY] – Business Insider

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    November 7, 2012 by rethinkm32

    Happiness Peaks At 7-8 Servings Of Fruits and Vegetables Per Day [STUDY] – Business Insider.   Is there no end …
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  6. From today’s Guardian Sustainable Business section: ‘Community action alleviates climate change gloom’ » Transition Culture

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    November 7, 2012 by rethinkm32

    From today’s Guardian Sustainable Business section: ‘Community action alleviates climate change gloom’ » Transition Culture.   This is US! we …
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  7. Campaign article censored by Bristol City Council

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    November 7, 2012 by rethinkm32

    I recently wrote an article for Bristol Local Food Network’s November-December Newsletter. The day it was supposed to go out …
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