You’ve probably seen your council declare a climate emergency, or heard one of the many companies recently state their Net-Zero intentions. But what does Net-Zero mean, and how does being Net-Zero apply to a human? The UK Government, and all those who have signed up for the Paris Accord have the legally binding objective to […]
My Grandad didn’t like to talk about his experiences during the war but he did write them down. I thought I’d share his personal account of an unforgettable episode in the conflict with Japan during the Second World War.
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The sky is so clear today, isn’t it? Global Dimming is an interesting phenomenon. The effects of contrails and black carbon in the air are thought to block the sun rays coming to earth and therefore reduce the greenhouse effect. The last time we saw such a restriction in contrails was just after 9/11 which […]
Darren Moore, local Ealing campaigner.
I’m standing as the Ealing Green Party candidate in Northfield Ward Ealing. Here’s why:
Northfield Ward Ealing Council Elections are being held 3rd May 2018. I believe that Ealing Council needs a green voice to ensure the council: Protects its green spaces. Considers the local environment to protect its residents. Is more transparent about planning decisions and ensures local development considers its impact on the local environment In May 2018 […]
And here it is, the long-awaited 2017 Carbon Footprint calculation! Using our utility bills, car and rail mileage, the Climate Care calculator, the lame Virgin Rail Footprint calculator, the excellent SCNF one and NEF‘s I have calculated that our family’s footprint is about 11 tonnes. To put this in perspective 11 tonnes is the same amount of […]
The traffic along the High Road in Chiswick ruins the lovely villagey character and cafe culture that Chiswick once had. Sitting outside the High Road Brasserie I’m struggling to hear my companion over the noise of a truck accelerating past and the delicate flavours of my blueberry pancakes spoilt by the taste of diesel fumes […]
Deborah Orr’s lovely article in the Guardian this week ‘Value your health: head for the inner city, and swerve the ‘burbs’ got me thinking. Her premise is that people who live in the Inner City are healthier than people, like me in Ealing, who live in the ‘burbs’. The reason? Because people in the Inner Cities […]