Archive For October 19, 2020
A Norfolk council is to appoint a climate change officer after “frustration” at a lack of progress over reducing carbon emissions.
Date: Fri, 10/16/2020 East Cambridgeshire District Council’s Climate Change Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) is now open for comments from its residents, businesses and organisations within in the district. It follows a unanimous vote by members at the Finance and Assets Committee, who voted in favour of the Climate Change SPD going to public consultation for…
Councillors have taken the next steps towards achieving net zero carbon emissions by switching council buildings and car parks to a renewable energy scheme.
Dr Alexander Forse, courtesy Department of Chemistry Photography Wednesday, October 14, 2020 The award of a Future Leaders Fellowship on electrochemical carbon dioxide capture, announced today, will help Dr Alex Forse meet his goal to develop materials that can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and tackle the global climate crisis. “This Future Leaders Fellowship will launch…
Reference: Date: Wed, 10/14/2020 East Cambridgeshire District Council is making its next steps towards net zero carbon emissions by making two big green energy switches for its buildings and car parks. Since 1st October, the Council’s head office, the Grange and its commercial buildings based in Ely and Littleport have switched to a 100 percent…
Dr Barnabas Calder (Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool)
First outing for ‘Fellows against climate change’ team
An animal rescue centre has ended its petition which called on Walkers to reverse a controversial change to its crisp packet recycling scheme.
There has been a renewed surge of interest in large and lucrative solar energy projects in East Anglia – but landowners should be wary of the potential pitfalls says JAMIE SEAMAN, a land agent in the Norwich office of Brown and Co.
Recycling bins have been left on the street with red stickers as a council cracks down on incorrect items left by residents.