June 2015

25 June 2015

A 2015 University of California study on the relationship between active cities (with a lot of walking, cycling and public transport) and economic prosperity shows very clear findings based on ‘strong’ evidence that active cities are good for business. This was "meta-research", in which they looked at the lots of different studies to get a much more accurate overview of what they show in combination.

24 June 2015

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We'll use it to organise a travelling display of ways to save energy in the home, from insulation strips to chimney balloons, LED light bulbs to solar panels.

19 June 2015

What WinACC said to local MPs Steve Brine and George Hollingbery at the largest mass lobby of Parliament on climate change in UK history.

18 June 2015

The Pope is absolutely unequivocal that global warming caused by humanity is a clear and present danger. He demands that fossil fuels be phased out in favour of renewable energy.

18 June 2015

The Climate Coalition's lobby of parliament - a day of action, solidarity and celebration of all the things we love.

17 June 2015

2015 is a crucial year for the future of humanity, leading up to the Paris conference in December. This is what you can do to help politicians create a global agreement that will keep global warming below 2°C.

12 June 2015

SilverHill 2009 Scheme Exhibition in the Courtyard of Winchester Guildhall 18 to 25 June unstaffed. This is the scheme which has been granted planning approval and which the Developer is intending to take forward.

9 June 2015

A climate change poem for the Paris summit 2015, written after the WinACC open meeting by WinACC supporter Rupert Marks

9 June 2015

Petition to the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change:

"We call on you to take immediate action to protect COP21 and all future negotiations from the influence of big polluters. Given the fossil fuel industry’s years of interference intended to block progress, push false solutions, and continue the disastrous status quo, the time has come to stop treating big polluters as legitimate “stakeholders” and to remove them from climate policymaking."

Stop the world’s largest polluters from poisoning climate change talks at the UN.

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