Save Lea Marshes and CPRE have joined forces to campaign to transform the historic filter beds on Lea Bridge Road, once used by Thames Water, into a place for wild swimming.
The campaign is calling for the site, which is Metropolitan Open Land, to be returned to the people of East London as a place for wild swimming and for it to be rewilded, with the built environment reclaimed by nature in some places and landscaping and planting in others.…Continue
Added by James Diamond on November 27, 2019 at 13:30 — No Comments
Here is a picture from Hackney's Sustainability Day 2019, on Sat. 16 Nov. It was great seeing you at our stall! There were lots of questions about Hackney Fixers, Fairtrade, Education for Sustainability and joining our mailing list. …Continue
Added by Michael Calderbank on November 16, 2019 at 23:00 — No Comments
Over a series of meetings the community has coordinated a response to Hackney Council's Climate Emergency declaration. We hoped to present this at the proposed citizen's assembly in November, but as this has been postponed we have submitted it to the council with a request to present our response to that meeting in the New Year.
Our response is…Continue
The Castle Climbing Centre is planning on offering a day of workshops on the day of the next Climate Strike - Friday 29th November. To show solidarity and encourage our customers to engage with the climate emergency, we will be offering talks and workshops around sustainability and offering practical tips for combatting the climate crisis.
We would like to invite any organisations or individuals to join…
Added by Bethany Martin on November 13, 2019 at 18:07 — No Comments