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.
40% of UK carbon emissions come from households. Get active - 10 things you can do now that will make a difference.
Make sure lights are switched off and doors are closed in rooms that are not being used.
Put on an extra jumper and turn your heating thermostat down by 2 degrees.
Have a ‘no car day’ once a week.
Talk about climate change with family, friends and work colleagues. Share your thoughts and ideas.
Create a wildlife friendly garden, encourage bees, birds and other wildlife. Don’t use pesticides or herbicides, look for eco friendly alternatives.
Support local wildlife trusts/groups.
Think twice before buying clothes or goods - do you really need them? Malvern Repair Cafe can repair most things for a donation.
Reduce, reuse and recycle everything where possible. Request non plastic packaging on your online purchases. Malvern and Worcester have a shop to refill your household cleaners, soaps and dried foods, bring your own containers.
Buy local foods wherever possible. We are lucky to have Greenlink in Great Malvern and Natural Choice in Barnards Green that sell local produce. Cut down on your meat eating.
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.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has released a new report SR15
If the global temperature rises by 1.5°C, humans will face unprecedented climate-related risks and weather events. Currently we are on track for a 3 degrees or more of warming if we do not change course.
It’s the final call; the most extensive warning thus far on the risks of rising global temperatures.