food, Health, recycling, textiles

The Big Compost Experiment – Take Part Today

The BIG Compost Experiment“About The ExperimentWe would like you to help us investigate the role and effectiveness of biodegradable and compostable packaging. The first partof the experiment is a short survey: We want to know what you think of biodegradable plastics, what you do with them, and if you ever compost them yourself. If you… Continue reading The Big Compost Experiment – Take Part Today

energy, general, Health, recycling, textiles

Colossal amount” of greenhouse gases generated by PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic

https://sustainablehealthcare.org.uk/news/2021/03/reviewing-ways-reduce-“colossal-amount”-greenhouse-gases-generated-ppe-supplied-nhsA year on, and only now are has there been talk of ways of reusing some ‘single use’ PPE, such as face masks.  A YEAR! Over 3 billion pieces of personal protective equipment were used between February and August 2020, resulting in over 106,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents  Scenario modelling indicated that the carbon… Continue reading Colossal amount” of greenhouse gases generated by PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic

energy, Event, recycling, transport

Futurebuild The Lost Sessions

Futurebuild The Lost SessionsLearning for the future – biodiversity and net zero as standard."Positioning ourselves for COP26 and beyond – a plan for the built and natural environment, in partnership with the Edge Although the next Futurebuild event won’t take place until 2022, Futurebuild and the Edge has joined forces to explore the actions that… Continue reading Futurebuild The Lost Sessions

energy, food, recycling, textiles, transport

Carbon Choices – a book to consider

Carbon Choices - the common sense solutions to our climate and nature crises Geographer and energy specialist Neil Kitching has published Carbon Choices on the common-sense solutions to our climate and nature crises.  Here Neil outlines five common-sense principles to tackle climate change and considers the community and social implications of the changes that are required.… Continue reading Carbon Choices – a book to consider

food, gardening, recycling

A little update, and how our projects help

Transition Telford supporters are often discussing and promoting our projects on social media.With Seedy Saturday , our first fundraiser event, in full swing, and for us a third year, its good to look back at how it helps the community, and look forward to how it continues to benefit.This year we’ve had to go online. Previous… Continue reading A little update, and how our projects help