WRAP (the waste and resource action charity) has published an action plan supportd by Government to tackle food waste collection from households in the UK. 

They want to work with local authorities and food waste processors to improve the capture, supply and quality of household and commercial food waste. This plan contains actions to

Links to several expert websites giving different views about the likely impact of the referendum result on climate change.

At ExxonMobil's recent AGM, shareholders rejected all resolutions on climate change, including from the Church of England's investment body. As engagement is not working, Fossil Free now calls on the Church of England to divest from all fossil fuel companies.

The Centre for Sustainable Energy are seeking applicants aged 14-17 to take part in the Bright Green Future programme, starting September 2016. The deadline for applications is Sunday 17 July.

The Re:Design exhibition is an exciting showcase of all items were entered into the Great Waste Re:Design challenge – “making waste into something wonderful”.  Also on display dresses made by local colleges and schools during our October launch event and items from the popular Trash to Treasure exhibition.

The exhibition will be open at the following time and locations:

20 of the 36 highest emitting countries are also among the least vulnerable to the negative impacts of future climate change. At the same time, 11 of the 17 with low or moderate GHG emissions are acutely vulnerable to negative impacts of climate change.

“According to the February 2016 Catastrophe Report from insurance broker Aon Benfield, three nations suffered extreme weather disasters in February 2016 that cost at least 4% of their GDP — roughly the equivalent of what in the U.S.

Following the historic international climate deal agreed in Paris in December 2015, Christian Aid is campaiging for the UK Government to turn commitments into reality.

Banks and regulators around the world are putting growing pressure on companies.