Living memory, future worlds: Bristol voices on climate change

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This is the story of how some Bristol women got scared thinking about climate change, and what we did as a result. In all our neighbourhoods, we have a valuable resource: citizens who know how you can live with lower carbon emissions – because they’ve already done it. As older women, we know from our own experience that a lower-energy future needn’t all be depressing. We’ve experienced losses as well as gains as technology has advanced. In some ways, life might actually improve. Communities could become stronger and more supportive again, for instance. The Bristol people we have interviewed for this pamphlet and the exhibition that accompanied it can all remember less energy-extravagant times. Many of their memories are happy. We think the interviews hold clues to a better future.
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April 9, 2012
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