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It’s the February podcast – the Bristol Pound, resilience surveys and a Transition newspaper!

This month’s Transition podcast takes a deeper look at some of the best stories from last month’s roundup of what’s happening in Transition, at the latest developments with the Bristol Pound which grabbed the headlines this week, ahead of its formal launch at the end of May, at the work of Jamaica Plain New Economy Transition in the US who recently carried out a ‘resilience survey’ among the local community, and catches up on the recent developments with Transition Network’s ‘Social Reporters‘ project, and their plans to create the first Transition Newspaper!

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