Marta Rossato was so inspired by a recent visit to MakeSpace Oxford that she wrote it up as an article for Transition Town Reading’s newsletter. We in turn were so inspired by her article that we asked if we could republish it here. Happily she said yes. We were left wondering if this is something that would work in Reading? What do you think?
That is the questions that visitors to Reading Museum’s new Story of Reading gallery are invited to explore through the Resourceful Reading display, which is in the Community Cabinet throughout April and May 2019.
Taking inspiration from cities such as Vancouver, Stockholm and Copenhagen, Bournemouth recently announced a plan to position itself at the vanguard of environmental protection.
Sustainability advocacy group Ceres has tasked seven global food and beverage companies to participate in a collaborative challenge aimed at strengthening sourcing and water stewardship action plans.
The creation of low-carbon, sustainable British cities can only be addressed through collaboration between the public sector and innovative green businesses. That was the overwhelming view of sustainable leaders from UK cities who gathered at an event hosted by the London Borough Sutton to share experiences, strategies and case-studies of best-practice approaches to delivering sustainable […]