Archive For September 22, 2020
A Norfolk council with the third-highest district carbon footprint in the country is set to discuss its plans to reduce emissions – after refusing several times to declare a state of climate emergency.
Hughes Hall, a College within the University of Cambridge, intends to establish a major new research initiative in Climate Law and Governance in conjunction with its Centre for Climate Change Engagement (HHCCCE). This will include two stipendiary post-doctoral positions to pursue research on law and climate change: the…
Protestors from environmental campaign group Extinction Rebellion have been staging a demonstration outside a Norwich city centre bank.
Milton tip is the second busiest in the county
Opponents of the controversial £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square shopping centre are taking advantage of the decision delay to hammer home their objections over the scheme.
A number of people from Norfolk are due in court later charged in relation to Extinction Rebellion protests at a printworks which delayed deliveries of the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News.
Date: Tue, 09/15/2020 (Photograph taken in December 2019) Work towards East Cambridgeshire District Council’s vision of its operations reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050 or earlier is already providing green shoots.
East Cambridgeshire District Council welcomes the commitment by Ely Extinction Rebellion to work with us, and we share their view that acting on climate change is a genuine emergency.
The leader of a council which has repeatedly refused to declare a climate emergency plans to scrap a cabinet role with responsibility for the environment.
Here are the letters that we have been sent from readers this week.