Latest News

What’s the change we need to take action for the planet?

What’s the change we need to take action for the planet?

An event organised by the Surrey Climate Commission on 28 September brought together three of the UK’s leading climate thinkers – Lord Deben (John Gummer), Natalie Bennett and Ed Straw -- to ask “What’s Stopping Us Stopping Climate Change?”. This blog by Thalia...

XR seeks to broaden support as climate awareness grows

XR seeks to broaden support as climate awareness grows

As XR prepares to bring activists together for the South East Rising event on 30 September, Thalia Griffiths talked them to about the group’s evolving strategy and what other environmental groups can learn from their experience As public concern about the climate...

What’s Stopping Us Stopping Climate Change?

What’s Stopping Us Stopping Climate Change?

Our friends at Surrey Climate Commission are hosting a talk, “What’s Stopping Us Stopping Climate Change? in Leatherhead on 28 September. The event will feature three of the UK’s leading climate thinkers – Lord Deben (John Gummer), Natalie Bennett and Ed Straw –...

Growing pains of the EV charging network

Growing pains of the EV charging network

EV users have no shortage of horror stories about journeys thrown into chaos by non-working chargers, and the need for 17 separate phone apps for the plethora of charging providers. As West Sussex County Council launches a public consultation on new sites, this blog...

I signed the Climate and Nature pledge – what can I do next?

I signed the Climate and Nature pledge – what can I do next?

More than 130 candidates signed the ABCD Climate and Nature Pledge and woke up on 5 May to find themselves elected as local councillors. Two months on, now the election dust has settled, they may be wondering what they can do as an individual councillor to follow up...

Climate and Nature Pledge: A City Council’s Experience

Climate and Nature Pledge: A City Council’s Experience

May's local elections in Brighton & Hove brought a decisive shift in the balance of power and campaigners in the city have been working hard to ensure their new councillors are committed to climate and nature This blog by Paul Norman of Hanover Action describes...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This