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Transition Streets San Diego members Gawain Thompson, and Leslie and Jamie Edmonds stand in front of the Edmonds' home in El Cerrito, California. (Robin Young/Here & Now)MoreCloseclosemore
Transition Streets San Diego members Gawain Thompson, and Leslie and Jamie Edmonds stand in front of the Edmonds' home in El Cerrito, California. (Robin Young/Here & Now)

Building on a model from a U.K. organization, a group of people in San Diego has come together to help each other build a more conservation-minded, sustainable lifestyle.

It's a response to the drought, of course, but Transition Streets San Diego is also focused on energy, transportation, food and waste.

Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Jamie and Leslie Edmonds, the couple leading the effort, and group member Gawain Tomlinson.

Guest

  • Jamie Edmonds, co-founder of Transition Streets San Diego.
  • Leslie Edmonds, co-founder of Transition Streets San Diego.
  • Gawain Tomlinson, member of Transition Streets San Diego.

This segment aired on June 3, 2015.

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