The Centre for Alternative Technology(CAT) has release a new Zero Carbon Report. This major 200 page report shows how Britain become carbon neutral. A modern, zero-emissions society is possible using technology available today.
Transition Malvern Hills (TMHills) continues to promote and support sustainable projects and initiatives in Malvern and the surrounding area. We are organising regular meet ups, (under the title of TMHills Eco-Chat, Thoughts and Action), for individuals and groups to discuss how Malvern is making the positive changes needed to reduce our environmental impact. There will be monthly meetings normally at Greenlink for all that wish to participate in these friendly discussions.
The Malvern Festival of Cycling at the Malvern Cube is back for its second year. Last year we had an amazing day which was filled with stall holds, bike fixers, circus performers, cafe workers, beer sellers and tricycle riders plus it was great to see Geraint Howell Thomas bring the Yellow Jersey home at the end of the day.
The date is set for the Malvern Festival of Cycling at Malvern Cube Sunday 28th July from 2pm until 8pm.
As well as showing the final day / ceremony of the Tour de France on the big cinema screen we plan to host an afternoon/evening of bike related activities, live music and fabulous food.
Malvern Hills District Council (MHDC) will consider a motion to declare a climate emergency on 23th July.
The meeting will take place at the Worcestershire County Council chambers due to renovation on the local MHDC chambers.
Please come along to support this motion.
You can join us at the WCC chambers at 7:00pm, or you can take the 5:09pm train with us from Great Malvern to Worcester Foregate Street, where XR will hold a march through Worcester city centre to the WCC offices on Spetchley Road, Worcester WR5 2NP. It is about a 2 mile walk. Bring banners.