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Recycling bins - Volunteer Team
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5F6FLeJywY

posted on 8 Oct 2019

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This resource has 1 of 3 volunteers and is 33% complete.
Set up a 'Repair Cafe' - Volunteer Team
Bring back 'Make, Do and Mend' culture challenge the throwaway attitude (and cost) by having a community Repair Cafe that people can make use of and work in. There are 400 all over the world including one in Brighton.
Throw away?? No way!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCeKC_avBsM

posted on 22 May 2020

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Install a Wind Turbine - Volunteer Team
Wind turbines have significant potential to contribute to the renewable energy mix.

They have a cost payback typically between five and ten years, and a large turbine pays back it’s environmental “footprint” within a year. As has been shown particularly in Scotland, community wind projects can generate very significant income streams for their owning communities, increasing the sustainability and quality of life in their communities.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PE69jcleKg

More info: http://www.carmarthenshireenergy.org/wind.html

posted on 16 Jul 2020

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Lets learn how to tread more lightly on the earth!

The key question facing the world is: how can we sustain a decent quality of life for all humanity without wrecking the planet. Right now we are definitely not doing this, the world's population is growing, and we're heading for disaster.

The average citizen of a developed or fast-developing country has an ‘ecological footprint’ so large that if everyone on the planet lived that way we’d need at least three planets to support them! But we only have one lovely planet Earth.

On average, for every human being on the planet, it is as if we had 1.7 planet Earths.

posted on 4 Sep 2020

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Better Labelling - Volunteer Team
All product to be labels with their carbon footprint with a colour coding scheme to go alongside running green through red in 5 steps.

posted on 7 Sep 2020

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This resource has 2 of 3 volunteers and is 67% complete.