“Money Growing Trees” launch – 17th May


It’s a question even David Cameron has been asking recently: how can we nurture ‘responsible capitalism’ that respects our environment and delivers on social goals?

It’s the topic at the heart of our latest report, "Money Growing Trees: Sustainable business opportunities in Kings Heath". It’s based on 26 interviews with local businesspeople, who told me how they make their business sustainable and what they’d like to improve. The report identifies ways in which we can all work together with local businesses to help them achieve their sustainability goals.

So if you’re interested in what Kings Heath’s business community is up to and how you can get involved, come along to Kitchen Garden Cafe on 17th May at 6:30pm for a short slideshow presentation to celebrate the launch of this report – free entry, all welcome.

Also coming up…

22-24th May – Sustainability Live show at the NEC: register online for free entry.

Wed 23rd May – our "core group" meeting – if you’d like to attend, please get in touch for details. Also, Smart Low Carbon Communities and Infrastructure conference at the NEC: mention Kings Heath Transition for 50% discount on tickets.

21st June – our next Transition Cafe event (details to follow).

Also don’t forget to check the Northfield eco-centre newsletter, there’s plenty going on over there.


Jonathan (secretary)

PS: see below for our new Transition phone number! (please note that although it’s not a "premium rate" and we make no profit on this number, it is charged at 50p/min from BT lines – charges via other operators may vary)

–Kings Heath Transition – community resilience, facing up to peak oil and climate change: www.kingsheathtransition.org.uk

Twitter : @KHTransition
Facebook : Kings Heath Transition

Postal Address : 73 All Saints Rd, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7LN
Telephone : 07010 065548 (50p/min)

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2 Responses to “Money Growing Trees” launch – 17th May

  1. Anonymous says:

    And it’s a 50p a minute because?

    You don’t want anyone to ring you up then…

  2. transitionkh2011 says:

    Yes, we’d rather people contact us by email unless it’s urgent.

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