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The first major climate change demonstration in Winchester took place on Saturday 5 December. 130 people including Professor Joy Carter vice-Chancellor of the University of Winchester, the Bishop of Winchester Rt Rev Michael Scott Joynt and three parliamentary candidates for the Winchester constituen

Local individuals, schools and businesses who are reducing their carbon emissions reflect on their hopes and expectations.

Green Home Diary is about Rob & Sue Veck’s experiences towards living more sustainably.

On Saturday 5 December, Winchester’s residents will be taking to the streets to press for tough measures to cut greenhouse gas emissions. To coincide with the Copenhagen climate talks, Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) will once again give a voice to hundreds of local citizens who feel that climate change is an emergency which needs to be taken more seriously by local and national governments.

Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) has teamed up with the Winchester Discovery Centre to bring a feast of information about climate change, global warming and the environment to Winchester district.

How often do you think about climate change whilst eating your lunch? Understand the link between climate change and what we eat. Deciding what to eat is something over which young people have some choice and control.

A week of activity leading to WinACC Film Weekend 1-3 Oct 2009 - see home page or leaflet for the different activities

Congratulations and welcome to Bishop’s Waltham parish council - the first parish council to join WinACC.

The Winchester City Council’s Local Development Framework (LDF) Core Strategy will set the ‘spatial strategy’ for the District over the next 20 years and provide ‘strategic’ policies and allocations to deliver the strategy. Once adopted, the Core Strategy sets the direction for other documents within the LDF.