With the launch of our brand-new Green Business Programme in Hackney, we answer any questions you might have about the specialist programme to help your business ‘go green’.
Who is the programme for?
The Green Business Programme is for small businesses and entrepreneurs who want to become more eco-friendly and sustainable. You must either be based in, or benefitting the area of…Continue
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I'm delighted to announce that you can now nab your tickets to our free DIY workshops, taking place at The Baths in Hackney Wick. Read on to find out what's in store and how you can get involved.
Learn DIY basics with Library of Things
Don't know your jigsaw from…Continue
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A new interactive tool - addresspollution.org - is a free public service from Central Office of Public Interest (COPI). Every UK address is searchable, with air pollution data pulled from a national 20m/sq resolution model created by Imperial College London (ICL). To ensure accuracy, COPI sourced and mapped real world pollution levels recorded at more than 19,500 council monitors in every major town and city across…Continue
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We've added Sustainable Hackney and Hackney Fixers as signatories of this petition protesting the hijacking of Repair Week by Primark, which, as a fast fashion retailer, is a totally inappropriate sponsor. …Continue
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Did you know that right now in north London, we are spending £40 million each year to burn the rubbish that is collected in an incinerator in Edmonton, north of Tottenham.
That means a lot of plastics, food waste, clothing and much more is incinerated and not recycled ♻️, composted, or reused as…Continue
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From parents concerned about the Tories' Climate Education Strategy - Please sign and share
We have started a petition asking for the clause around protest and campaigning to be removed from the Climate Education Strategy as we feel it is a violation of democracy and puts schools in a position where they will be failing students by not giving them the tools they need to understand…Continue
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About five hundred people took to the streets in Edmonton on Saturday to protest against the intransigence of north London local authorities and their North London Waste Authority reps who remain deaf to the concerns of anti-incinerator campaigners. Repeated lobbying and the production of evidence that enlargement of the incinerator will unnecessarily add to deteriorating air quality and rising carbon emissions has not been heeded.
Speaker after speaker referred to the refusal…Continue
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It is commendable that Hackney Council is lending its support to the new Library of Things in Dalston. The scheme enables all sorts of popular tools, implements and appliances to be borrowed and re-used by the public at…Continue
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Deputation – 13th of December 2021
Deputation by Dr. Rembrandt Koppelaar on behalf of Sustainable Hackney
Dear Mayor Glanville, Dear Hackney cabinet,
It is a privilege to address you today. I am a resident of Clissold Ward, and here as a representative of Sustainable Hackney. I am also active in Extinction Rebellion Zero Waste. In my paid daywork I develop digital innovations with…Continue
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Stop the Edmonton incinerator plan
The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) is poised to build a new bigger incinerator in Edmonton. Hackney is one of seven north London boroughs behind the scheme. Due to its size, cost and the environmental damage it will cause; we demand that the NLWA stop and…Continue
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(edited by, among others, Fliss Premru, Sustainable Hackney member, who's the lead author of Chapter 7: Towards Zero Waste: climate jobs in the circular economy). Other contributors/editors include Martin Empson - who spoke at the first Hackney Climate Coalition meeting - and Suzanne Jeffrey, Hackney resident.…Continue
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This is a list of links to key resources concerning Hackney's Climate Emergency declaration.
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This short film was made by Ian Phillips. To quote his description: : "A haven for wildlife and an essential wild space for the local people, the River Lea cuts through the urban sprawl of East London. But years of neglect have left it on the brink of ecological disaster. The local community have come together to highlight the plight of this vital resource, demanding action to improve the state of the river."…Continue
Added by Clare Taylor on November 15, 2021 at 13:30 — No Comments
Every year, the UK food industry wastes 1.9 million tonnes of food. This film documents the story of one chef and his efforts to change this.
Five years ago, Douglas McMaster opened the restaurant Silo, hoping to change the unsustainable practices of modern food systems.
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