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‘Feeding Britain, Our Food Problems and How to Fix Them’ by Tim Lang We currently do not have a national food policy. This book is a call for British Food Democracy. Lang says it is time we stopped telling others how to improve their food systems when we are not doing this for our own.Continue reading “‘Feeding Britain, Our Food Problems and How to Fix Them’”
‘The Uninhabitable Earth – a Story of the Future’ by David Wallace Wells You asked for details on books that might be of interest. I have just finished reading ‘The Uninhabitable Earth – a Story of the Future’ by David Wallace Wells It is an extremely well researched book that draws its material from aContinue reading “‘The Uninhabitable Earth – a Story of the Future’”
A group from CASAV (Climate Action Stokesley and Villages) had a tour around this Passive House on January 25th 2020. Pete & Joy Smith agreed that Mike Newton, a group member, would make a YouTube of the Passive House so a much wider audience come understand what was involved and might be influenced to modifyContinue reading “Tour round a Passivhaus”
The Only Weigh Out shop is due to open on Saturday 11th January. Bring your containers to fill with a wide range of goods.
14th January – Action planning meeting 7:30 – 9:00pm in The Globe, North Rd, Stokesley 23rd January – Transport themed evening. Shared meal between 6:00 and 7:15pm: bring a dish to share, along with your plate and cutlery. Followed, from 7:30 to– 9:00pm, by updates on the Transport group’s actions including the Endeavour Cycleway, improvementsContinue reading “Meetings in January 2020”
Join us for an informal meeting next Tuesday 17th December in The Globe, North Rd, Stokesley. Drop in any time between 4:30 and 6:30 pm for a hot drink and mince pie plus a chance to reflect on what the election results mean for our activity next year. Donations welcome towards the costs.
This group aims to share and promote practical ways of encouraging local people to tread more lightly on our Earth – Think Global Act Local