CELL - Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg
CELL - Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg
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Commenced:
01/07/2010
Submitted:
25/02/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
1, Leewelerwee, Beckerich, LU
Phone:
+352 691 643 124
Website:
http://cell.lu/
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate





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CELL - Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg

Project Type

Urban, Rural, Permaculture Local Group/Transition Town/Permablitz

Project Summary

CELL is a non-profit organisation that provides an experimental space for thinking, researching, disseminating and practising lifestyles with a low impact on the environment, and learning the skills for creating resilient post-carbon communities.

Project Description

CELL is a non-profit organisation that provides an experimental space for thinking, researching, disseminating and practising lifestyles with a low impact on the environment, and learning the skills for creating resilient post-carbon communities.

CELL is inspired by the work of the Transition Towns and Permaculture movements, and aims to relocalise culture and economy and, in that creative process, improve resilience to the consequences of peak oil and climate change. Further to setting up a Transition group, CELL does education and research in the area of sustainable living.

The baseline of CELL could be summarised as aiming to
1. live sustainably and endorsing holistic thinking and action
2. foster a culture of solidarity and collaboration
3. skill up for living well in a post-carbon economy

CELL is also contributing to regional research on sustainability, energy autonomy and descent, and the post-carbon economy. If you are a holistically-minded researcher interested in working with us, and share our ethics and goals, do get in touch.

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Katy Momo Fox - Admin
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