On 26 May 2018 a Dutch court ruled that by 2030 Shell must cut its carbon emissions from oil and gas by 45% relative to 2019 levels. The Guardian said that the judge accepted the argument that Shell had failed …Continue reading →
Warwick University Sustainability Summit with: – updates on the Universities sustainability progress from Provost Christine Ennew and Waste Manager Mathilde Roberts. – WMG Research and COP 26 update from Hopi Sen – Student perspectives and talk on STAR by Hannah …Continue reading →
Dave Barber, Planning Policy Manager at Warwick District Council talks about the journey Warwick District Council took from declaring their climate emergency to creating their People’s Climate Change Inquiry and some of the recommendations that have come from the process.
Bangladesh is a country that is exceptionally vulnerable to climate change. With a low elevation and high population density, as well as poor infrastructure and an economic reliance on farming, it is naturally susceptible to extreme weather. The intensification of …Continue reading →
by Robyn Mcsharry Coventry Tree Warden Network (CTWN)  aims to maintain and increase tree cover, raise awareness on their importance to our health and wellbeing; particularly when it comes to building developments, as well as their role as carbon …Continue reading →
Climate Live will consist of simultaneous concerts in over 40 countries around the world. It will happen on October 16 2021 led by youth climate groups of Fridays For Future who organise the school strikes, supported by NGOs, music/events professionals …Continue reading →
To help protect our planet in the weeks before World Environment Day (5 June), the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group (ESRAG) want to encourage everyone to undertake activities that positively impact their local community environment – to THINK GLOBALLY AND …Continue reading →
Are you a woman inspired by the natural world, hoping to make change in your community and the wider world? Are you concerned about climate breakdown, racial, social and health injustice? Would you like to learn more about performing, writing, …Continue reading →