At the end of the story circle held at the Learning History workshop in Feb 2008, participants were asked to give each story they had told a title. And then each group (there were 5 in all) was asked if these stories were made into a book, what would it be called. This group called their imaginary storybook - "Down with Carbon!".
Here are their stories.
Grist to the Mill – Hydropower in South Somerset describes how Mill owners across Somerset were brought together to explore hydropower and what happened as a result
Quality Counts – Taking contamination out of East London describes how the problem of contamination in recycling waste in East London was addressed
Talking Heads – Communicating Climate Science tells how a group of scientists were brought together with members of the public to discuss climate science there were some striking differences in how different scientists communicated about the issue.
For Peat’s Sake – Enhancing Carbon Storage in the Peak District What have degraded peat moorlands to do with climate change? Read how work to re-vegetate this land is important for increasing carbon storage potential and so all part of the rich pattern of addressing climate change.
Retyred – The story of my pencil case A practical, recycled pencil case is wearing well and reminds its owner daily of how well recycled products can be innovative, useful and practical.
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