If you missed this panel discussion at the University of Reading on 8th October you can now watch it on the Royal Society’s YouTube Channel
Reading Climate Forum’s Autumn 2016 series of climate change related talks begins on Monday 26th September with a talk by Tony Cowling and Ian Gough entitled Warm Homes – Cool Planet: How to save on space heating! Tony and Ian will be using their talk to show how you can save energy, money and carbon […]
We will be at GreenFest on Saturday 11th June from 11:00an til about 4:00. ReadingGreenFestReading Green Fest is partnering with this year’s Reading Water Fest. It aims to celebrate the green and environmental groups in Reading and get you engaged in environmental issues! The festival will be taking place in town centre in Town Hall […]
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Reading Climate Day 05-Dec-2015 10:00 AM – 05-Dec-2015 9:00 PM Location: Reading Minster, St Mary’s Butts, Reading RG1 2LN A day of events at Reading Minster organised by the Bishop of Reading as a response to the spiritual challenge of climate change. ‘Green Christmas’ ethical gift and food fair – 10.00 am – 2.00 pm. […]
Come to an OPEN MEETING… Wednesday 23rd September 2015 The Council Chamber at Reading Borough Council offices, RG1 2LU 7:00pm ….to find out more programme- Updates on Reading hydro, Tony Cowling, project lead. Progress report on Abingdon hydro, Richard Riggs Investing locally in renewable energy, Lisa Ashford, Ethex. Q&A with the speakers above. Reading hydro […]
We will all meet at Mapledurham RG4 7TR @ 3:00pm. Chris Rhodes will give a short book reading at 3:00pm, followed by updates on our hydro project. House / mill tours available at your discretion from 2:00pm – 5:00pm. Tour cost: £9.50 on the day or advance booking is £8 if there are 20 people […]
We are planning a visit to Mapledurham mill and hydro on 23rd May in the afternoon, we will be getting there by walking, cycling, canoeing, on the boat and using electric vehicles.
We are planning a visit to Mapledurham mill and hydro on 23rd May ( changed from 16th May) in the afternoon, we will be getting there by walking, cycling, canoeing, on the boat and using electric vehicles.