Winchester City Council is reviewing its waste, recycling, grounds maintenance and street cleansing services. Residents are invited to give their views by completing a questionnaire and have the opportunity to influence the way services are provided in future.
Winchester City Council are holding a conference to explore ways in which the Council can do more in the area of sustainable food on the 12th October.
Winchester BID is looking to make better use of spare company parking in Winchester by making it available through spacehopper.com to 9 million users of RingGo.
For the next few months the University of Southampton is offering free training in sustainable hairdressing. A small salon putting the training into practice could use 24150 kwh less energy, 143,000 litres less water and save over £5000 a year!
How to challenge your pension fund to carry out its legal duty to take account of climate risks, whether you are already drawing your pension or still paying into one, and whether it's a private pension, an employer's pension, or local government pension.
Campaigning to urge business and financial institutions to divest from fossil fuels - is it worthwhile, and how to do it - with links
Autumn Seasonal Tips by Jim Morgan
The IEW team had a fascinating visit in early September to the Horticulture area of Sparsholt College. Invited by Grounds Manager Jamie Cryer after our successful GQT event in May, we were keen to see the facilities there for ourselves. He showed us the tropical house, orchard, beehives, propagation glasshouses, poly-tunnels, outdoor beds overflowing with plants and finally the BBC GQT potting shed and garden.
A report on how Incredible Edible created the Vertical Garden on show during the Winchester Hat Fair in July.