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Climate change learning through a fun card game


Did you know you can learn about climate change and what you can do about it without having to spend hours on deciphering complex information? Climate Fresk may be the answer for you! What is this? The 42-card game aims to educate in a fun and collaborative way, helping people make connections and gain an […]

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Turning Climate Talk into Climate Action


What you need to know This month we launched the “Turning Climate Talk into Climate Action” campaign following the adoption of the updated Climate Emergency Response Plan. The updated plan details over 120 actions to reduce our carbon emissions and impact on the environment with a new ambitious target of net zero by 2030, of […]

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Temperatures are about to soar are you prepared?


A lot of people are enjoying the heat, but the forecast is indicating temperatures potentially reaching hotter levels and we all need to take extra care The Met office has issued an amber extreme heat warning ahead of this weekend, peaking on Monday 18 July, and Tuesday 19 July. While many will enjoy the sunshine […]

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Get cycling for your health, nature, and pocket


Get your bike out, go out on an adventure, or just switch one journey you do this week and beyond to a ride. Bike Week this year is running for 7 days from today (6-12 June). It is all about encouraging people to cycle whether it’s switching out a car or public transport journey or […]

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School saves £1200 on energy bills with major renewable energy transformation


A primary based in Teesdale becomes the most decarbonised school in Durham County Woodland Primary School in Teesdale received over £100,000 to carry out upgrades to replace the old oil-fired boiler with heat pumps, install LED lights and solar panels. This funding was awarded to the school by the Department for Business Energy and Industrial […]

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