Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) works to cut the carbon footprint of Winchester district. We are local residents, businesses and policy-makers, working together to tread more lightly on the planet. Together, we can create a better future.
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Double your donations to WinACC with Grow your Tenner. If you give £10 to WinACC using Local Giving, they match it with another £10. So we get double the money!
Public consultation on the Local Plan Part 2 – Development Management and Site Allocations (LPP2) will start on 24 October for a period of 6 weeks, closing on 5 December 2014.
Winchester Action on Climate Change now has a new Chair, following a well-attended AGM on Saturday 4 October. Tony Stoller CBE takes over from Councillor Roger Huxstep, who has led the organisation for the past two years and who remains a WinACC trustee.
The Government plans to change the law so that people cannot stop fracking firms drilling under our land and homes. WinACC is concerned about fracking because it releases more fossil fuel for us to burn, creating more greenhouse gas and adding to global warming. See our pages about shale gas and fracking.
Come along to this free event hosted by Hampshire Sustainable Business Network to find out more about keeping your business sustainable and how to overcome environmental challenges.
A talk by Polly Higgins, the lawyer developing the Ecocide Act - the Law to protect the planet.
The Eridicate Ecocide campaign is in its final year and it is imperative that everyone gets behind the cause, signs the petition, and generally makes a fuss about it, standing up to call for the law to be introduced. Whether this means writing to your local MP, MEP, newspapers or sharing the campaign widely, we have an opportunity to make a real difference, and now is the time to do it.
The Local Plan controls new housing and development. Winchester City Council plans to publish a draft of the Local Plan Part 2 in October, for consultation.
This meeting will be an opportunity to discuss, feed back our views and question Steve Opacic, Winchester City Council Planner: