Practical projects are helping to break the ‘carbon lock-in’
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Food banks fill a societal need but also deepen societal segregation
Combined authorities are pooling resources to improve air quality
Cartoon strips tell the story of Sown in Bolton
From hospitals with integrated woodland to schoolchildren at the heart of local design, here’s five of the best shortlisted projects in this year’s Landscape Institute awards
With little public or private sector funding, rural villages and towns in Northern Ireland are finding innovative ways to revive their local economies
Central Scotland is developing a ‘green’ consciousness for sustainable social and economic development. New Start spoke with head of development at the Central Scotland Green Network, and co-author of ‘Growing Awareness’, Sue Evans
The recent transfer of public health services from primary care trusts to local authorities in England provides an opportunity for different professions to come together, and address the problems that climate change presents both to our health and our quality of life.
Resurrecting an old technology has enabled communities in Wales to chip away at a massive global problem – and provide an innovative means to regenerate otherwise isolated local communities.
Our ask to banks is simple: commit to stopping your support of oil, gas, coal and fracking developments. If you don’t divest, we will leave you.