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Greening infrastructure - and blue

Started Nov 7 0 Replies

A Blue-Green Infrastructure PlanThe immense pressures on our environment, climate change, biodiversity loss, demand for food, shelter and resources, pollution, mean that we must make our ecosystem as…Continue

Tags: buildings, biodiversity

SUSTAINABLE HACKNEY NEEDS A NEW TREASURER AND AN AUDITOR

Started Mar 19 0 Replies

Sustainable Hackney is looking for a new Treasurer and an Auditor.  Can you carry out either of these functions on a voluntary basis?TREASURERCan you carry out basic spreadsheet work and accounting? …Continue

Access to Justice - the difference between law and justice

Started Jun 21, 2016 0 Replies

Mauritian lawyer, political activist and friend Jean Claude Bibi was interviewed by the l'express on this subject in 2012.  It's a clear statement and demonstrates that the struggle for justice is…Continue

Tags: justice

Hackney Council's consultation on Springfield Park extended

Started Jan 6, 2015 0 Replies

The council has extended the consultation on Springfield Park and its application to the Heritage Lottery Fund until Monday 12th January.  Go to …Continue

Tags: biodiversity, space, green

 

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James Diamond commented on Kathryn Johnson's event 'Sustainable Hackney Green Infrastructure Working Group'
"Hi all, apologies I can't make the meeting.  Just want to mention that the council does have funding for infrastructure though Section 106 and Community Infrastucture Levy on new development: £6m last year. …"
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Protest Together for Climate Justice at Near the Polish Embassy, Portland Place, W1

December 1, 2018 from 12pm to 4pm
1.5 to stay alive.  Climate Justice Jobs march and rally.   Get noticed, bring your banners, dress up, make your own placards.See More
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Kathryn Johnson commented on Sandra McLeod's blog post 'Education for Sustainability - Networking and Support Meeting'
"Fantastic work Sandra and Merle!"
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Sustainable Hackney Green Infrastructure Working Group at Venue tbc

November 26, 2018 from 7pm to 9pm
At our second meeting we will discuss Green Infrastructure Plans that have already been developed by other local authorities.  Please read the London Green Infrastructure Task Force Report and best practice guide and the GIP for one other authority.See More
Nov 8
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Greening infrastructure - and blue

A Blue-Green Infrastructure PlanThe immense pressures on our environment, climate change, biodiversity loss, demand for food, shelter and resources, pollution, mean that we must make our ecosystem as resilient as possible. To do that we need to bring together knowledge and expertise of ecology, urban design and human relations to land and environment. Developing a plan means we can take a strategic approach, plan and deliver steps to restore and support our ecosystem from the smallest space to…See More
Nov 7
Edward Carver commented on Kathryn Johnson's blog post 'Stoke Newington Gyratory - TfL consultation closes 30 November 2018'
"Thanks Kathryn. I'm still new to the area and I don't know much about green infrastructure, so it's hard for me to weigh in. But I'm reading through the plan and I'll get back to you with any comments. My first impression,…"
Nov 6
Kathryn Johnson commented on Kathryn Johnson's blog post 'Stoke Newington Gyratory - TfL consultation closes 30 November 2018'
"Thanks for adding this info Gilbert.  I think this is where you can ask questions and get answers though isn't it?  We need a public meeting where people can ask questions and make suggestions together and discuss solutions so we make…"
Nov 5
Gilbert Smyth commented on Kathryn Johnson's blog post 'Stoke Newington Gyratory - TfL consultation closes 30 November 2018'
"You can discuss the proposals:- Saturday 10 November from 12pm to 2pm at the Old Fire Station, at the corner of Brooke and Leswin Road - TFL Stoke Newington Ward Forum - St Paul's Church, 306 Amhurst Rd - 6.30pm-9pm "
Nov 3
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Stoke Newington Gyratory - TfL consultation closes 30 November 2018

Transport for London are consulting on changes to the Stoke Newington Gyratory. It's been many years in the making so the first disappointment is how little time there is to discuss and comment, just six weeks.  Sustainable Hackney will submit comments and we want to hear from you.  Please let us have your views and suggestions in response to this blog.We discussed the consultation at…See More
Nov 3
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Hackney's Green Infrastructure Plan at White Hart

October 28, 2018 from 7pm to 9pm
Hackney Council are committed to developing a Green Infrastructure Plan.  Following our AGM speakers and discussion on this, Sustainable Hackney has set up a sub-group to have a look at how other local authority have gone about this and work out what we think will be good for Hackney.  We'll kick this off with a brainstorm on how to go about this.  Upstairs at the White Hart on Stoke Newington High Street.  Thanks to the White Hart for the venue - please buy a drink at the bar if you can afford…See More
Oct 26
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"Hi Kathryn, let me know if you got my message (sent Monday) Thanks"
Oct 25
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SAY NO TO CHILDREN BREATHING TOXIC AIR

Every day, a dangerous and even deadly threat faces millions of children across the UK: toxic air.That's one in three children living, learning and playing amidst toxic air; 4.5 million children at risk of stunted lung growth, reduced brain development and lifelong conditions like asthma; £40 million a year spent by the NHS and social services on related illnesses.The devastating impact on children's health must not be ignored.…See More
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UN Scientific Paper Suggests Capitalism Has to Die in Order for the Planet to Be Saved

Governance of Economic Transition is an invited background document for the Global Sustainable Development Report 2019 drafted by the Group of independent scientists. They point out straight away the difference  between typical economists who emphasize carbon pricing as a policy tool for tackling climate change and natural scientists and multidisciplinary environmental research groups who are arguing for more profound political engagement and proactive governance of economic transition (Chapin…See More
Sep 3

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About me
Hi, I've campaigned and worked on transport and environmental issues since 1989. I worked with over 100 volunteers to develop Hackney's Agenda 21 in the 1990s and then developed Camden's first corporate environmental and climate strategy and management system. I'm a founding member of Sustainable Hackney, Secretary, manage the membership and working on built environment and blue-green infrastructure issues. I have a BSc in Environmental Science from the OU.
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http://www.linkedin.com/in/kathrynbjohnson
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Biodiversity, Built Environment, Education, Energy, Food, Transport, Green Economy, Waste and recycling, Pollution, Social Justice

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Stoke Newington Gyratory - TfL consultation closes 30 November 2018

Posted on November 3, 2018 at 11:56 3 Comments

Transport for London are consulting on changes to the Stoke Newington Gyratory

It's been many years in the making so the first disappointment is how little time there is to discuss and comment, just six weeks.  

Sustainable Hackney will submit comments and we want to hear from you.  Please let us have your views and suggestions in response to…

Continue

SAY NO TO CHILDREN BREATHING TOXIC AIR

Posted on October 1, 2018 at 12:26 0 Comments

Every day, a dangerous and even deadly threat faces millions of children across the UK: toxic air.

That's one in three children living, learning and playing amidst toxic air; 4.5 million children at risk of stunted lung growth, reduced brain development and lifelong conditions like asthma; £40 million a year spent by the NHS and social services on related illnesses.

The devastating impact on children's health must not be ignored.…

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UN Scientific Paper Suggests Capitalism Has to Die in Order for the Planet to Be Saved

Posted on September 3, 2018 at 11:32 0 Comments

Governance of Economic Transition is an invited background document for the Global Sustainable Development Report 2019 drafted by the Group of independent scientists. 

They point out straight away the difference  between typical economists who emphasize carbon pricing as a policy tool for tackling climate change and natural scientists and multidisciplinary environmental research groups who are arguing for more profound political engagement and…

Continue

Pick litter while you dog walk! Steve and Riley show us how it's done.

Posted on August 25, 2018 at 15:15 0 Comments

Alongside watching whales and dolphins, one of Whale and Dolphin Conservation’s wonderful Scottish Shorewatch volunteers Steve Truluck and his dog Riley have been collecting garbage from their local beaches for a while now, to stop plastic pollution from making its way into the ocean.…

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At 10:42 on October 25, 2018, Mark Johnston said…

Hi Kathryn, let me know if you got my message (sent Monday) Thanks

 
 
 

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