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Throw down your car keys and get ready to swap
In honour of Go Green Week , we've handed the climate blog over to colleagues to share what they are doing in their own lives to make a difference. Here's Wendy Johnson, a media officer based at The Lodge, talking about her love of swapping the car for a stroll. About a month ago we had...
14 Feb 2013
Veg, sponge cake and a cute poodle called Bertie
In honour of Go Green Week , we've handed the climate blog over to colleagues to share what they are doing in their own lives to make a difference. Today Andy Waters from our Midlands office shares what he loves about growing his own veg... In silence a small brown bag is exchanged for a white...
13 Feb 2013
Worms are like marmite!
In honour of Go Green Week , we've handed the climate blog over to colleagues to share what they are doing in their own lives to make a difference. Our second blogger is Kim Matthews. Kim is Campaigns Officer and works in our Norwich office. “We are all worms, but I do believe I am a...
12 Feb 2013
Meat Free Monday
In honour of Go Green Week , we've handed the climate blog over to colleagues to share what they are doing in their own lives to make a difference. Laura Stevens from our PR team is our first guest blogger... I like the idea of being a vegetarian, but the fact that all you have to do is say...
11 Feb 2013
Aviation out of hibernation
To me it feels like the issue of aviation and the UK’s airports is slowly emerging from hibernation. This cauldron of debate, misinformation and lobbying is beginning to feel hot to the touch again. However, perhaps that’s just because I was personally thrown right into the thick of this...
31 Jan 2013
Bad for the environment, bad for climate but global dependence on fossil fuels just keeps getting bigger...
Helen Blenkharn, Climate Change Policy Officer ' Carbon Bomb' projects threaten explosion in global emissions Yesterday, this was a headline in BusinessGreen. The article was about a new Greenpeace report called ‘Point of No Return’ which suggests that the world’s 14 largest...
23 Jan 2013
Cold snow and climate change
Much of the UK is hunkering down for a weekend of expected snow. My friend Andrew, along with farmers across the land, will be bracing himself for a hard slog of feeding animals – he sent me this today from Wiltshire: It is January, when snow probably should be expected here, and it’s...
18 Jan 2013
What are the fossil fuel numbers behind climate change?
Helen Blenkharn, Climate Change Policy Officer Last year Rolling Stone magazine published an eye-opening article called ‘Global warming’s terrifying new math’ which said three numbers should be enough to convince you that we’re in serious trouble: Scientists agree that average...
16 Jan 2013
Fossil fuels - still a big deal in the UK?
Helen Blenkharn, Climate Change Policy Officer I hear so much about onshore wind these days, are fossil fuels even a big deal in the UK any more? Yes, they are! In fact, demand for fossil fuels in the UK could be on the verge of a resurgence! For example: So what are we actually extracting...
11 Jan 2013
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