Transition Streatham

Sustainable Streatham was launched at the Streatham premier of “The Age of Stupid” at the on the 5th of July 2009. Prior to the film, Jonathan Leake, the Environment and Science correspondent for the Sunday Times, spoke on the nature of the climate change threat and emphasised the specific effects this could have on Streatham in particular.  After the film a lively discussion was held on things we as individuals can do to combat climate change themselves. It was in this context that Sustainable Streatham began, providing a central place where those who care can come and discuss action, plan individual, or group, action and spread the news, the know-how and the passion for change to others.

In the Spring of 2011, it was agreed by members attedning an Open Space Meeting that Sustainble Streatham should become a "", and from then on we became Transition Streatham

Transition Streatham hopes to promote sustainable living and to encourage discussion and action on issues as wide ranging as environmental awareness and education, energy saving, recycling and waste management, food growing, composting and transport amongst others. For more information:


Transition Streatham Green Drinks

Streatham Green Drinks is a monthly event on the 2nd Wednesday of every month. No agenda, no plan, just a reason for people to come and have a drink, talk green things, meet one another and find out what else is going on. The venue changes each month so check our  for details of the next event.

The ticket barriers at Streatham station are different

<p>It's happened to me several times and I've seen others trip up too. We swipe our Oyster cards, expecting the gates to swing open but they don't. We swipe again (trying to be more considered in our action) but the response is the same. </p> <p>I got stuck again on Thursday morning and a fellow passenger said: "Stand back". I thought he meant: get out of the way.