Monthly Archives: February 2013

Clearer Footprints

If you’ve read some of my other blogs this year, you may have picked up that I was given a book called ‘How Bad are Bananas?’ which looks at the carbon footprint of a lot of varied things, from sending … Continue reading

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Switch off the lights and eat by candlelight!

On Saturday 23 March, between 20:30 and 21:30, it will be ‘Earth Hour’ when all over the world people will be turning off lights for an hour. Transition Clevedon are encouraging everyone to use as little energy as possible during … Continue reading

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Climate Change in Context

After the hottest March on record, followed by the wettest year in memory, we’re probably all wondering what 2013 holds for us in Clevedon, and whether climate change is already impacting on North Somerset. On 12 March Transition Clevedon are … Continue reading

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Moving from being a spectator to being a participant

Last night I went to a discussion at Bristol Cathedral which looked at global development and taxation. On one level, it wasn’t openly about climate change and peak oil, although global development/growth and the use of taxes are intrinsically linked to … Continue reading

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