April 30, 2014 by Tess Riley
Thanks also to over 80 distributors our colourful grassroots paper is now making its ways into shops, cafes, and community events across the UK from the Scilly Isles to the Shetlands (and even further abroad to Washington state). We bring you the latest news and reviews from the culture that’s shifting the way it looks at and engages in the world. All the elemental and essential stories that other papers don’t quite reach: on Earth, on the airwaves and in the swim.
W is for Water
This issue we’re focusing on three big W’s: Waste (a Transition cafe that turns a town’s throw away food into delicious meals, an interview with Ugo Vallauri of the Restart…
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