Ros Coward urges readers to take part in the day of action on Sunday 28 November to save Kent’s green spaces.
A brief report of the launch of the Sevenoaks Climate Action Network, with an invitation to readers to join various action groups.
Greens’ motion to support Climate and Environmental Emergency Bill rejected by KCC by amendment from Cabinet Member for Environment.
Charlotte Mbali analyzes the recently-passed Environment Act, pointing out that the act deals with more than sewage in our water.
Climate activists turned out all over Kent on 5 November during COP26 in Glasgow, to raise awareness of the Climate Challenge facing us all.
How do we get children and young people interested in COP and ways to battle climate change? Catherine Lynch offers some fun activities.
A new climate forum in Dover calls on the District Council to listen. Its aim is to speak on behalf of a variety of community groups.
Southern Water has been found guilty and given a hefty fine for allowing raw sewage into swimming water around Kent and Sussex shores.
Concerned citizens of the Medway Towns have established Towards Plastic Free Medway to seek ways of achieving a river clear of plastic.
So why would anyone commissioning new homes want to consider anything else given the climate emergency we face? Unfortunately, the industry suffers from misconceptions and a lethargy to change. The path to carbon zero must clear a few major barriers. These are some of them: