Archive For January 26, 2022
Reference: Date: Wed, 01/26/2022 East Cambridgeshire District Council is one of the top-performing local authorities in the country when it comes to recycling household waste. Figures released by the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs show that 56.6% of waste was sent for reuse, recycling or composting the year ending March 2021. This is a…
Step forward for solar farm to power electric bin lorries
Traffic is being diverted through the city – but there are roadworks in Barton Road too.
Council supports residents to cut energy use and save money during Big Energy Saving Week
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 We are delighted that not one, but two of the Chemistry Department’s scientists are finalists for the Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists in the United Kingdom. This nomination is a remarkable achievement at this point in their career and recognises the outstanding and innovative research programmes that Dr Anja Schmidt and…
This climate change-themed performance tackles everything from reusable period products to sentient wind turbines.
Activists from Extinction Rebellion and ‘right to protest’ movements take to streets of Cambridge
The campaign against the oil firm and its connection to the University of Cambridge was launched last night by two activist groups
A new project to improve scientists understanding of the impact of space weather and climate change on the atmosphere starts this month (January 2022). A team from British Antarctic Survey, … The post Grant to understand future impacts on the atmosphere appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.
The city council have previously declared a climate emergency