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Naresh Giangrande, Co-Founder of the World's First Transition Town


Naresh Giangrande is the co-founder of the world's first Transition Town, in Totnes, UK. The goal of Transition Towns is to transition from oil dependence to community resilience. He was visiting in Vermont last week, and we'll here what he had to say about how the project is going back in England, plus what he's learned from other Transition Towns around the world.

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