On November 28th, 2015, Pivotal joined 38 Degrees Cambridge and other Cambridge sustainability and activist organisations to encourage the public to have a say about the future. People were invited to sign the Cambridge Climate Message and the Cambridge University Fossil Fuel Divestment petition, to make a promise to take action and give a fingerprint in support, and make statements about what they cared about and believed in.

Film by Jonnie Howard - jhfilm.co.uk

Empty Common Community Garden is a patch of land in the city of Cambridge, UK,  which was reclaimed from wasteland and turned into a community source of relaxation, produce,  and beauty. On December 6, 2015 Pivotal and the Empty Common Community Gardeners invited the public into the garden to share art, music, poetry and a talk about Peak Soil.  

See more about the Garden here: http://www.transitioncambridge.org/thewiki/ttwiki/pmwiki.php?n=TTCommunityGrowingProjects.EmptyCommonCommunityGarden. New gardeners are always welcome - no experience necessary.

Film by Jonnnie Howard, JHFilm.co.uk

For the Cambridge, UK, Mill Road Winter Fair 2015, Pivotal devised a street theatre project which invited the public to "vote" for a future by choosing a character/belief system which we based on real views we had encountered. The idea was to get people to think about how their current beliefs and lifestyle might shape the future.

Film by Jonnie Howard - jhfilm.co.uk