Sustainable Crediton Newsletter Issue 80
Top of the bill at the Energy Future Talk and AGM at 7.30 pm
on Monday 6th March at The Lamb Inn Sandford is Simon Tytherleigh,
a popular local speaker on green issues. He will ask is our Energy
Future: bright or dim? Simon will explain that there are some
extraordinary contradictions in energy policies at the moment, even
before the advent of President Trump. What exactly is happening? As
we enter the last-chance-saloon, is there any possibility that we
could transition to renewables before trashing the climate?
The Annual General Meeting which follows the talk will be a good
chance to catch up with developments at Sustainable Crediton and
should you wish to, become involved with on-going or new
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Monday 6th Feb was postponed due to bad weather, we will
reconvene on the 13th. We shall continue t ...
Having finished the hedge laying in the orchard, we will coppice
in the woodland near the quarry.
Esther had met with Anne Varker from ...
Volunteers needed for a community-based financial service.
Crediton's Plough and Share Credit Union branch is looking for
new people to join our group.
We currently serve 72 users and open up an office in the former
Council Offices in Market Square every Friday afternoon for an hour
and a half. W ...
About 25 years ago Ken Orchard decided to expand his recycling
activities in Morchard Bishop to include a doorstep collection in
Crediton. He thought that if it could show MDDC that such a service
was popular they might eventually back the endeavour with
Hence a rota of volunteers was for ...
The UK generated more electricity from wind than from coal in
2016, new analysis by fact-checking organisation Carbon Brief
suggests. To read more follow this link to Positive News
Confidential documents show that Shell sounded the alarm about
global warming as early as 1986. But despite this clear-eyed view
of the risks, the oil giant has lobbied against strong climate
legislation for decades. Today we make Shell's 1991 film, Climate of Concern, public again.
Two members of Sustainable Crediton's Waste Action group
have been inspired by this Community Action Group (CAG) Devon
project event on reducing food waste and attended an event
to become "Food champions".
UK households waste around £12.5 billion worth of good food and
drink each year, costing ...
As you read this email, our Chancellor, Philip Hammond, is
finalising the Budget that will help decide the future of
energy and transport for the UK.
Greenpeace see it as a huge opportunity to tackle three
big environmental issues - cleaning up air pollution,
backing solar and giving a massive bo ...
At Plough and Share, your local Credit
Union, talk to our friendly team about saving or applying for
a loan in 2017
If your employer is one of our growing payroll savings
partners, now is a great time to join through your payroll for
savings or one of our payroll loans
Start saving for Christmas ...
“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe. ”Albert Einstein