Wednesday, January 21, 2015

TSV Open Meeting and Potluck on Monday 1/26/2015 in Los Altos at 6p

Happy New Year! Our thoughts are to start social with wine, appetizers and posters  that cover:

Our past
- History if TSV, our founding mission, values and evolution

- What are current  community needs to achieve sustainability?
- What existing organizations, efforts are working to fill gaps?
- What are gaps that are not being addressed?

- What role can  TSV play to shore up community sustainability?
- How should TSV show up and align with other efforts?

You are all invited to write ideas on posters and share your thoughts.

We can the convene a discussion around past, present and tomorrow to invite ideas. We are asking the question, who might be interested and will join us with this next phase.

Please RSVP to Victoria Armigo at

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Fourth Friday/Films of Vision and Hope "Worse than Poop" 1/23/2015 7:15p in Palo Alto

Fourth Friday/Films of Vision and Hope
Worse than Poop
e2 Transport- London, the Price of Traffic

As the Peninsula grapples with how to address traffic congestion and rising carbon emissions from transportation, these two short films shed light on the problems posed by car traffic in an increasingly congested urban world. From an animated universe in which cars ‘poop out’ their CO2, to the mega-city of London where planners challenge the notion that cities should be designed for cars - these films will provide a fun and inspiring way to look at our traffic problems, and consider some radical solutions. Discussion to follow.

Worse Than Poop! (starring UUCPA’s very own Professor Elliot), with filmmaker Vanessa Warheit


e2 transport - London: the Price of Traffic

Friday January 23, 2015
7:30pm (come at 7:15pm for social time)
Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
505 E Charleston Rd, Palo Alto, CA
Fireside Room

All ages welcome
$5 recommended donation - no one turned away for lack of funds


Films of Vision and Hope focuses on positive solutions to  environmental and social problems affecting our world. Provocative films, great discussion, and opportunities to connect with others who want to make a difference.
Sponsored by Transition Silicon Valley, Transition Palo Alto, and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto.

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