Transition Town Milton Keynes is a group of local people concerned about the urgent need to address the climate and ecological crises.
We are working together to improve the resilience of communities in Milton Keynes. We do this through practical actions that advocate for a low carbon lifestyle and social and economic justice.
Transition Town Milton Keynes Annual General Meeting
Online Wednesday 1st June 2022, 18:30 – 19:00.
- Chair’s Report
- Finance Report
- Election of Officers
- Any Other Business
To attend register with Eventbrite at:
A bit about us
We aim to raise awareness and address the challenges of the climate crisis, live more sustainably, and move towards a low-carbon economy. Visit our About Us page for more info and check out our projects for how you can get involved.
We would love to hear from you and welcome you in our sustainable activities.
“Shrink by 20%” Carbon Footprint Challenge
Now that COP26 and the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have made it clear that we all need to take urgent action to minimise greenhouse gas emissions, can we all reduce our individual carbon footprints by 20%?
What is a Carbon Footprint?
It is the amount of greenhouse gases that are added to the atmosphere by our activities.
Work out what your footprint would be if you reduced it by 20% by multiplying your figure by 0.8. If it is currently 20 annual tonnes CO2e, it would become 16; if it is currently 14 annual tonnes CO2e, it would become 11.2.
Propose some steps and implement them one at a time. The calculator on Small World Consulting allows you to play with some “what if ” scenarios, while the WWF calculator has an app that allows you to set yourself and track challenges. Earth Hero simultaneously calculates and offers challenges and ideas. Share your results and spread the word.
Find out more
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Click on the headings below for explanations, ideas and challenges.
Read Prof Mike Berners-Lee’s book “How Bad are Bananas?” for easily accessible data about the carbon footprint of most of the things we do, buy and consume.