Bath Green Homes: volunteers needed

Bath Green Homes is actively seeking volunteer stewards for this year’s Open Homes Weekend, which will be held on 27th and 28th September. No previous experience is necessary – you just need to be happy to help welcome the public, have an interest in energy efficiency and renewable energy, and be free for our short […]

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Biochar: snake oil or elixir for climate change?

Can biochar be used to make soil more productive, increase yield and mitigate climate change through carbon sequestration and reduced fertiliser use? Transition Bath and Bath Organic Group have this year been involved in a nationwide research experiment with Coventry and Oxford Universities to investigate whether the ancient Amazonian agricultural practice of using biochar has benefits in […]

Bathford Energy Group Thermal Imaging Project 2013/2014

  Bathford Energy Group (BEG) has recently completed their write-up of their first year of thermal imaging. Their project was run in conjunction with Transition Bath. During the course of the winter they surveyed 15 homes, identifying many common issues to both old and new homes. Identification of common issues The common sources of heat […]

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B&NES Transport Consultation 2014

B&NES have recently launched their transport consultation. If you are interested in reduction traffic congestion, energy use and pollution in Bath then read on; we have tried to summarise the consultation to save you time. If you have time then it would be great if you could complete the council’s feedback form by the deadline […]

June 2014 Newsletter

Welcome to this month’s Transition happenings in Bath… View this email in your browser June Newsletter In this edition: *|MC:TOC|*   Film: The Dash for Gas – Sat 14th June, 2pm  Come and find out what ‘fracking’ would mean for Bath. This is particularly relevant given the Infrastructure Bill announced in the Queen’s Speech. We’ll […]