Kingston Environment Newsour e-newsletter, shared with Kingston Environment Centre, gives you monthly updates, local green events coming up, and other news and information from TTK , Kingston Environment Centre, other local friends and the wider Transition and environmental world...

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In January 2016 we began taking turns at editing the newsletter with Kingston Environment Centre, with KEC sending out their editions about 4 times a year and TTK covering all the other months, sharing news and events and the new title, Kingston Environment News. In summer 2017 we started using the same new design and  a shared mailing list, though editors retained some of their own priorities and regular items, and more recently TTK took on the main job of compiling and editing the news. In December 2019, we redesigned the template once more to make the newsletter more readable on mobile phones, and in 2023 began the difficult task of cutting content, again to make it more reader-friendly, by listing other local green groups but giving space to their events and campaigns only and by moving some of the more static information to this website with links to it.

TTK's more recent news items:
- See our monthly newsletter, Kingston Environment News
- Repair Cafe Kingston updates, 2022 onwards


An easy to use check-list to help make your home or community space more energy-efficient

We were very sorry to hear of the death of our former chair, Alison Whybrow...

Green Drinks and monthly team meetings are back at the Spring Grove, while other on-line and outdoor meet-ups continue.

A full colour-coded report of the Great Green New Year Gathering on January 26th is now published on this website.

TTK hit Clarence Street in February

Thank you to everyone who made this happen.

Congratulations to the winner of our summer 2019 design competition....