I feel very uncomfortable with our generation leaving tons of dangerous waste products for our children’s generation to deal with because we didn’t have the imagination to look to renewable sources of energy now? Tony Blair’s blinkered view that nuclear… Read More »Say No To Nuclear!
During this past weekend The Guardian has reported that UK schools are now able to draw on a number of grant resources to help them become more eco-friendly and to save money and the environment by generating their own energy.… Read More »Green Energy Grants for UK Schools
It is expected that the government will be putting restrictions on junk food available in schools from September 2006, something that the Caroline Walker Trust considers to be 20 years too late. The trust reports that since 1992 obesity in… Read More »Please Sir, May I Have Some More (Healthy Food)
With Londoners still bagging and binning enough rubbish to fill an olympic sized swimming pool every hour, it seems Mayor Ken Livingstone still has a long way to go, getting citizens to use his recycling facilities. Services throughout the capital… Read More »Red Ken Pushes the Green
Across Europe towns and cities will be celebrating sustainable transport during European Mobility Week 16th – 22nd September 2005. This also incorporates International Car Free Day on the 22nd September. The theme for 2005 is ‘clever commuting’ and aims to… Read More »European Mobility Week