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APRIL ACTION:  Let’s stay in touch using Slack

APRIL ACTION:  Let’s stay in touch using Slack

With so many of our regular climate action efforts and campaigns now on hold because of coronavirus, the SECA Steering Group has been thinking how we can make best use of this lockdown period.  Since meeting in person is ruled out we figured now would be a good time...

Case study: Repair café unites community and sows seeds of change

Case study: Repair café unites community and sows seeds of change

Behaviour change can be a daunting prospect, unless it happens in easy steps, with tangible and immediate benefits. Getting together to fix stuff is an instantly appealing answer to reducing waste, but Horsham District resident Carrie Cort has discovered that setting...

First crop of Climate Action Plans starting to come through

First crop of Climate Action Plans starting to come through

Nearly all the county, district and borough councils in the South East have now recognised the climate emergency. Some have been quick off the mark in producing Climate Action Plans and are leading the way for others to follow.  In this article we summarise the...

MARCH ACTION: Rewild our verges

MARCH ACTION: Rewild our verges

March 3rd is World Wildlife Day.  To celebrate and raise awareness of the world's wild fauna and flora how about for SECA's joint action for March we all get behind the Plantlife Road Verge Campaign? According to Plantlife, over 700 species of wildflower grow on the...

SECA Anniversary Networking Event – Report back

SECA Anniversary Networking Event – Report back

Our anniversary networking event on January 11th was a cracker!  Just like our inaugural meeting a year ago, it was buzzing with energy and gave us all a much-needed New Year's shot in the arm. This was especially welcome given the urgency we all feel to get moving on...

FEBRUARY ACTION: Shut that door!

FEBRUARY ACTION: Shut that door!

Let's keep the heat inside and shut the doors Closing a shop door in winter can save up to 50% in energy use and carbon emissions. If all shops on the high street did this the saving would be immense.  Shops do not want to because they think it will affect their...

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