As we’re looking to organise the calendar of events in 2017, Earth Hour in March is definitely on the agenda. WWF have launched an exciting Earth Hour competition ahead of […]
End Ecocide is organising a film screening of This Changes Everything on September 14th, followed by a short talk and Q&A on Ecocide, to which you are kindly invited. This […]
If Einstein is right and we can’t solve problems with the same level of thinking that created them, then our tentative shuffle forward as a society to answer the clarion […]
Edible Garden Talk @: 3.50 – 4.40, Sunday 31 July, Cecil House, 2 Regents Park Road, NW1 7AY Full days timetable available here Last Autumn at 6-heads we looked permaculture […]
One of the great ironies of the Paris Climate Change Conference is the carbon footprint left by the 40,000 attendees who have journeyed across the globe to visit the French capital. It’s estimated that 300,000 tonnes of CO2 was generated by the two week summit, and Barack Obama’s travel arrangements alone will send more carbon dioxide into the air than the combined annual emissions of 31 US homes.
Half of the world’s rainforest has been destroyed in the last 40 years. It continues to be lost at an ever increasing rate. Protecting the remaining rainforests is pivotal to the climate change agenda because of their crucial role in absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. But forest also provide a habitat for incredible biodiversity, and livelihoods for millions of people.
UPDATE – we have had a change of plan and are now having an informal Christmas get together on Monday 14th December for drinks, food, fun and some plotting for the year ahead.