Beer brand Brewdog has released a new drink, featuring both a recipe and packaging designed to raise awareness about the impact of climate change.
Picture the scene: it is 5:30pm on a Tuesday at the end of October and the streets are full of people walking and cycling home from work. The following week, at the same time, the number of walkers and cyclists has dropped by almost half. The only difference is the clocks have moved back one hour to mark the beginning of Daylight Saving Time. Why?
Renewable energy is driving profound changes in cities. It’s happening much more quickly than was expected even five years ago. Yet land use planning has seemingly begun to lag behind. What challenges and actions must planners consider for the renewable energy transition to be effective?
A growing number of outlets selling food and drink in the UK are taking action to ditch plastic amid deepening concern about its effect on the environment, with drinking straws and bottles among items being phased out. A Guardian investigation this year discovered that a million plastic bottles are bought worldwide every minute, while recent research has […]
Saturday 28th October, 7.30 – 11.00pm, Pangbourne Village Hall. £10 for adults. Children under 12 free. Tickets available from Garlands Organic Shop. Join Pangbourne & Whitchurch Sustainability Group for a fun-filled evening with a ceilidh band and caller who will provide spirited music for a night of lively dancing. Tickets include a ploughman’s supper at […]