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Studio 12: Transition Cities

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Host Tamara Banks takes a look at the Transition Cities movement that is working for a way of life that is environmentally friendly, supports the local economy and conserves natural resources. Joining the discussion will be Michael Brownlee of Transition Colorado, David Greenwald from Transition Louisville, Chef Ann Cooper of Renegade Lunch Lady and Shannon Francis, an indigenous permaculturist from the Woodbine Ecology Center.

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