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 […]
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A new Facebook Group, project news and connections. http://mailchi.mp/789a500ee02f/hello-news-from-reading-sustainability-centre-autumn-1444581 [Emailed 29 September 2017]
All of a Twist Exhibition will run from 2nd to 11th September in Blakes Lock Museum All of a Twist All of a Twist Exhibition
So much of the plastic we buy is used only once before being thrown away. Clingfilm is a common culprit. It sticks to everything (except what you want it to) and it’s always difficult find the end of the roll. As it turns out, there’s a sustainable alternative which doesn’t have these drawbacks, and it can be made in 7 simple steps…
The world is increasingly turning to China to find new hope for renewable energy. In 2016 China almost doubled its solar capacity from 42.88 gigawatt in 2015 to 77.42 gigawatt in 2016. Here Christoph Biehl draws on a recent journey across China to share his impressions of the growth of renewable energy.