Eighty people crammed into St Lawrence’s Parish Room on Saturday 7 June to launch a major debate on the best way for Winchester District to do our fair share to meet our climate change targets. 

WinACC launches debate on how we can do our fair share to meet climate change targets

Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) is launching a major debate about the best way for us to meet our local climate change targets at a public meeting hosted by on Saturday 7 June, called. “The World in Our Hands”.

“Make climate change an issue in the coming elections” is the message to all local voters, Councillors and MEPs from the climate change charity Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC).  WinACC is asking its supporters, and all who care about the future of humanity and life on the planet, to tell politicians that climate change is a key issue and that we want more action to tackle it. This means we want more renewable energy and we want cuts in overall energy use." title...

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on on 13 April 2014 released its third report  IPCC AR5 WG3 report on mitigation  setting out the evidence on climate change mitigation (how to cut greenhouse gas emissions).

Sixty people at WinACC's meeting on Sat 5 April 2014 enjoyed an inspirational talk by the force behind Incredible Edible, Mary Clear.  

The Incredible Edible movement believes in the power of small acts of kindness. It started in 2007 by planting food around the town of Todmorden, a northern town that had suffered following the end of manufacturing. 

Mary ClearLocal charity, Winchester Action on Climate Change, is hosting a talk by Mary Clear, one of the founder members of

Climate change charity Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) is inviting people to a realistic and inspirational talk by Alice Hooker-Stroud of the renowned Centre for Alternative Technology on how the UK can cut its carbon footprint to zero by 2030.

“Don’t just look at where to fit new homes in – think about what sort of place we want Winchester to be” is the message to Winchester City Council.

Large parts of southern England had their wettest January since 1910, the Met Office announced on Thursday 6 February 2014.  

The supporters of Winchester Action on Climate Change have voted to get the people of the city growing food in community spaces. Last month the WinACC food action group surveyed the 1700 people, who receive the WinACC e-newsletter, to ask which projects they would like to support.