The following websites may also be of interest to you.
Freegle is the only UK-run network facilitating the free re-use of legal goods via locally run web groups. We are a massive grass roots initiative that is leading environmentally positive action across the UK. In less than 6 months, since it was decided to have a unique network for the UK, we have topped the 1 million member mark. We are flourishing with over 220 independent groups spread throughout Scotland, Wales, NI and England. The amount of goods that we ensure are reused rather than thrown away is also happily growing.
Freegling reduces landfill and incinerator fodder because Freegle members are "Giving it away instead of throwing it away"!
Freegle groups also foster community spirit, lessen mindless consumerism, assist the economically challenged, reduce the load on local councils and encourage a more sustainable lifestyle... all done locally by locals and all done for free.
Freegle members can save money, time, energy and the planet - at the same time!
|Wealden District Council, Recycling and Waste|
Here you can find out when your bin is collected and discover what can be recycled and what happens to the recycled materials.
|Mayfield and Five Ashes Parish Council|
The Parish Council and Village web sites containing the Parish Council Strategy and Plan 2006 - 2026, plus the business, clubs and societies directories.
|Energy Saving Trust|
We are an independent, UK-based organisation focused on promoting action that leads to the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions - a key contributor to man-made climate change. We are the source of free advice and information for people across the UK looking to save energy, conserve water and reduce waste. We are impartial, and not tied to any particular commercial organisations or driven by political or corporate motivations.
Biofuelwatch actively supports the campaign for an EU moratorium on agrofuels from large-scale monocultures. Agroenergy monocultures are linked to accelerated climate change, deforestation, the impoverishment and dispossession of local communities, bio-diversity losses, human rights abuses, water and soil degradation, loss of food sovereignty and food security.
Rettet den Regenwald (Rainforest Rescue) was founded in 1986 in Hamburg, Germany. We have about 25,000 supporters. Our main topics are:
10:10 is an ambitious project to unite every sector of British society behind one simple idea: that by working together we can achieve a 10% cut in the UK’s carbon emissions in 2010.
Eco-Congregation is an environmental programme for churches, available to all Christian denominations throughout Britain and Ireland. It developed through a partnership between the Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI) and the environmental awareness charity “Going for Green” (now ENCAMS).
|Incredible Edible Todmorden|
Using the Trojan horse of food, Incredible Edible Todmorden aims to promote ideas for a more sustainable economy and a life style that can survive whatever the future might hold. Incredible Edible Todmorden aims to increase the amount of local produce grown and eaten in the town. Businesses, schools, farmers and the wider community are using the common currency of local food to build a better future for themselves and their town.
Related Transition Town web sites
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|Transition Town Forest Row |
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|Transition Town Lewes |
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| ||Transition Town Wadhurst |
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