Archive For October 27, 2019
Plans to install energy saving lightbulbs at Peterborough Cathedral, saving thousands of pounds, have taken another step forward.
An Extinction Rebellion protest aimed at EDF’s Sizewell C plans stopped them protesting on their land.
Part of the YouthStrike4Climate, Cllrs praised the “energy” of those students striking, the youngest just four years old
One man from Christchurch has changed the way his village thinks about recycling and protecting the environment by launching an eco friendly project.
A Norfolk MP is one of a clutch of politicians mounting a legal challenge against the ban on Extinction Rebellion protests in London.
Their litter-picking on Wimbledon Common sowed the seeds of sustainable living – and maybe even Extinction Rebellion.
November 2019: special report on oceans and the cryosphere emphasises calls to accelerate a transition to a zero carbon economy and place at least 30% of the world’s oceans under protection. Rising temperatures, acidification, and lower oxygen levels in the oceans are severely impacting human and marine life.
November 2019: Quantifying risks to critical systems finds that investing into climate change mitigation shows positive returns when compared to the projected costs of climate change impacts; hence reinforces the benefits of avoiding them.
By Simon Beard and Pippa Heylings By all accounts, the last meeting of Histon and Impington Parish Council was like no other. Not only was the hall packed with members of the public, but the evening’s business had to be re-scheduled to allow many of them to go home for bed-time. The Histon and Impington…