Photo story of the Learning History Workshop

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    "Achieving Carbon Reduction in Local Authorities - Tales of vision, chance and determination" - Bath, 2008.

Feedback on the workshop

  • During the workshop Tim Burns from Wastewatch & Sarah Coe from the LGA reflected on what they were finding interesting
    Click below to hear what they said. Categories "Participating" and "Reflecting" have more reflections from participants.

What inhibits or enables carbon reduction?

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    View 13 themes identified by Local Authority research participants

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March 17, 2008

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Beverley Draig

This is my first posting but I wanted to highlight that there will be a Beacon Council for Tackling Climate Change National learning event on 23 September 2008.See IDeA website for details.

As one of only 6 councils to have been awarded Beacon Council status in this most competitve category, Eastleigh Borough Council will be hosting a series of activities and events throughout the next year where you can learn about our low carbon innovation.

You can also browse our website for lots of examples - such as our unique local carbon offsetting fund called CarbonFREE. This encourages local people to invest in the fund and meets the full cost of sustainable energy projects in our local community. We have also committed to Go Carbon Neutral by the 2012 Olympics for our key business activities.

If you want to be kept informed of our future Beacon Council related events and activities, email beaconcouncil08@eastleigh.gov.uk. You can also visit our website www. eastleigh.gov.uk and follow various links under the Sustainability pages of Clean and Green.

Regards

Bev

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Research Participants

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    Many people are involved in this research. Here are pictures of just some of them.