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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

Sustainable Hackney is looking for volunteers to help run our organisation

Started Feb 25, 2016 0 Replies

Sustainable Hackney is 5 years old this year and some members of the Steering Group are looking to change the focus of their responsibilities.  So, we are looking for a Secretary, Membership…Continue

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

Protocol for partnership funding with Hackney Council

Started Mar 20, 2014 0 Replies

2014 If you want Hackney Council involved in a funding bid, here's the…Continue

 

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More on the government's "woefully inadequate" air quality plans

Almost a million more people will have died prematurely along with countless others who will suffer ill-health by the time the Government's key measure in their new air quality plans comes into operation: the ban on all new petrol and diesel by 2040 and a commitment that "almost" every car and van on the road to be a zero emission vehicle by 2050. Before the end of July, the Government was forced to publish the …See More
Jul 28
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‘Be The Difference’ Volunteer Fair and the launch of Hackney Council’s ‘Volunteer for Hackney initiative’ at Hackney Museum

June 20, 2017 from 5pm to 7pm
This fair is aimed at local people who want to give their time through volunteering or who may have ideas for new projects or ways to help Hackney’s community.See More
Jun 20
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Jun 18
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‘Be The Difference’ Volunteer Fair and the launch of Hackney Council’s ‘Volunteer for Hackney initiative’ at Hackney Museum

June 20, 2017 from 5pm to 7pm
This fair is aimed at local people who want to give their time through volunteering or who may have ideas for new projects or ways to help Hackney’s community.See More
Jun 16
Kathryn Johnson posted a blog post

A government you want to wake up to, vote on 8 June

Today People and Planet urge you all to use your vote next Thursday:Next Friday, 9 June 2017, we will be waking up to a new government. Add your mark on what that government should look like. Vote on Thursday 8 June.Since Theresa May called for a general election in April, an incredible 1.05 million young people have registered to vote. But, in past elections, this has failed to translate to a cross on the ballot box.In May 2015, voter turnout was far lower for 18 – 24 years olds (43%) in…See More
Jun 3
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Sustainable Hackney AGM at Rhodes Estate Community Centre

June 28, 2017 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Empowering Hackney with Education for Sustainable DevelopmentHackney can boast dozens of local environmental campaigns - from cycling, recycling, air quality, food, waste, community energy, biodiversity, to the built environment, social justice and many more. But what part does Education for Sustainable Development play in the borough and what more can be done to empower the next generation? According to the United Nations, Education for Sustainable Development allows every human being to…See More
Apr 10
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Sustainable Hackney AGM at Rhodes Estate Community Centre

June 28, 2017 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Empowering Hackney with Education for Sustainable DevelopmentHackney can boast dozens of local environmental campaigns - from cycling, recycling, air quality, food, waste, community energy, biodiversity, to the built environment, social justice and many more. But what part does Education for Sustainable Development play in the borough and what more can be done to empower the next generation? According to the United Nations, Education for Sustainable Development allows every human being to…See More
Apr 7
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Apr 5
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Just Matters

Video: Justice Matters - Jenny Franco Global Environmental Justice Group Jenny Franco of the Transnational Institute Agrarian Justice team talks about the injustices her team tries to overcome through rigorous analyses and by presenting alternatives.  Check out their website: https://www.tni.org/en Loads of analysis and information.…See More
Mar 10
A blog post by Kathryn Johnson was featured

Late last year the RSPB published their State of Nature 2016 Report. It shows the UK's performance on biodiversity is abysmal.  It shows the Government is simply failing to protect our ecosystems and…

Late last year the RSPB published their State of Nature 2016 Report. It shows the UK's performance on biodiversity is abysmal.  It shows the Government is simply failing to protect our ecosystems and the species that…See More
Feb 16
Kathryn Johnson posted a blog post

Late last year the RSPB published their State of Nature 2016 Report. It shows the UK's performance on biodiversity is abysmal.  It shows the Government is simply failing to protect our ecosystems and…

Late last year the RSPB published their State of Nature 2016 Report. It shows the UK's performance on biodiversity is abysmal.  It shows the Government is simply failing to protect our ecosystems and the species that…See More
Feb 14
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Footprint of our mobiles

The Restart Project report that the average mobile made this year will produce 35 kg of carbon emissions in manufacture, equivalent to 16 weeks of laundry.  And with around 1.9 billion mobiles sold a year that's the same as Austria's emissions.  They're asking us to make our phones last longer - even just 1/3 long could save the same as Singapore's annual emissions.  Demand better design and more…See More
Feb 5
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Where did Boris spend the regeneration money and on what 2008-2016? What next?

A useful report from Regeneris: Capital Spread: Mapping the GLA's regeneration spend 2008-2016. £142m was allocated through four major regeneration grant funds:  the Outer London Fund (OLF), the Mayor's Regeneration Fund (MRF), the High Streets Fund (HSF) and the London Regeneration Fund (LRF). Haringey and Croydon received the largest sums with £28 million…See More
Aug 22, 2016
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Sustainable Hackney AGM at Rhodes Estate Community Hall

September 28, 2016 from 6:30pm to 9pm
We'll be having the usual AGM business: our Annual Report and Accounts and election of Officers and our Steering Group.  We're also having a session on social justice.  Our aim is to clarify SH’s position on a range of social justice issues and develop links so that we can support organisations working on social justice and identify gaps with a view to developing a section of our Greenprint covering priorities and some work within our capacity.  Here is a link to the Greenprint so you can see…See More
Aug 18, 2016
Kathryn Johnson posted an event
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Sustainable Hackney AGM at Rhodes Estate Community Hall

September 28, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm
We'll be having the usual AGM business: our Annual Report and Accounts and election of Officers and our Steering Group.  We're also having a session on social justice.  Our aim is to clarify SH’s position on a range of social justice issues and develop links so that we can support organisations working on social justice and identify gaps with a view to developing a section of our Greenprint covering priorities and some work within our capacity.  Here is a link to the Greenprint so you can see…See More
Jul 27, 2016
Kathryn Johnson posted an event

Webinar: Mayor's Consultation on Air Pollution at xxxx

July 19, 2016 from 5pm to 7pm
Proposed measures to improve air quality in London include implementing the central London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in 2019; expanding the ULEZ beyond central London in 2020;  introducing a central London Emissions Surcharge from 2017 for the most polluting vehicles or asking TfL to look at a diesel scrappage scheme.  What are the consequences? Will they match London’s needs for cleaner air? What area of London should be covered by a ULEZ for heavy vehicles, if at all? Should the…See More
Jul 15, 2016

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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 strategy and management system. I'm a founding member of the Sustainable Hackney Steering Group, manage the membership and working on local economy and built environment issues. I'm also studying environmental science with the OU.
Website
http://www.linkedin.com/in/kathrynbjohnson
Interests
Biodiversity, Built Environment, Energy, Green Economy, Transition

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More on the government's "woefully inadequate" air quality plans

Posted on July 28, 2017 at 18:30 0 Comments

Almost a million more people will have died prematurely along with countless others who will suffer ill-health by the time the Government's key measure in their new air quality plans comes into operation: the ban on all new petrol and diesel by 2040 and a commitment that "almost" every car and van on the road to be a zero emission vehicle by 2050. 

Before the end of July, the Government was forced to publish the …

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A government you want to wake up to, vote on 8 June

Posted on June 3, 2017 at 9:00 0 Comments

Today People and Planet urge you all to use your vote next Thursday:

Next Friday, 9 June 2017, we will be waking up to a new government. Add your mark on what that government should look like. Vote on Thursday 8 June.

Since Theresa May called for a general election in April, an incredible 1.05 million young people have registered to vote. But, in past elections, this has failed to translate to a cross on the ballot box.

In May 2015, voter turnout…

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Just Matters

Posted on March 10, 2017 at 11:30 0 Comments

Video: Justice Matters - Jenny Franco

Global Environmental Justice…

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Late last year the RSPB published their State of Nature 2016 Report. It shows the UK's performance on biodiversity is abysmal.  It shows the Government is simply failing to protect our ecosystems and…

Posted on February 14, 2017 at 14:00 0 Comments

Late last year the RSPB published their State of Nature 2016 Report. It shows the UK's performance on biodiversity is abysmal.  It shows the Government is simply failing to protect our ecosystems and the…

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