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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The final agreements at the recent EU2030 Climate and Energy Negotiations were not as strong as we called for, and are a long way off what the scientists have said we need to make, but there were a few good outcomes.
Bob, chair of WinACC's Science and Technology Advisory Panel, strides ahead on 16 mile sponsored walk for WinACC.
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) started on 24 October for a period of 6 weeks, closing on 5 December 2014.
A talk on how to reduce your energy consumption and energy costs, as part of the Sustainability Roadshow 2014, featured by the Dorset Business Exhibitions. Advice from manufacturers, installers and homeowners in helping make Hampshire a greener county.
A free copy of ‘101 Ways to Reduce your Energy’ guide available to everyone who attends. Free entry, with refreshments. All welcome. No need to book, just turn up.
A talk by Polly Higgins, the lawyer developing the Ecocide Act - the Law to protect the planet.
The Local Plan controls new housing and development. Winchester City Council published the draft Local Plan Part 2 on October 24 for consultation.