Carbon Neutral Cornwall Hive Blog

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Welcome to the Hive Blog

The Hive is about helping everyone to make a difference and our guest Bloggers will be writing about things they are passionate about and would like to share.

Do you have a story you would like to share on the Carbon Neutral Cornwall Blog?

If you are part of a community group striving to tackle climate change, or a climate expert and would like to share your own story that can help inspire other people to get involved, we'd love to hear from you.

Please get in touch climatechange@cornwall.gov.uk


Welcome to the Hive Blog

The Hive is about helping everyone to make a difference and our guest Bloggers will be writing about things they are passionate about and would like to share.

Do you have a story you would like to share on the Carbon Neutral Cornwall Blog?

If you are part of a community group striving to tackle climate change, or a climate expert and would like to share your own story that can help inspire other people to get involved, we'd love to hear from you.

Please get in touch climatechange@cornwall.gov.uk


  • Liam Johnson

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    Reducing food waste is one of the simplest things we can do to help the environment. With wasting food not only being bad for our wallets but also bad for the environment, Liam discusses some easy ways that we can all help to prevent food waste. This website provided the inspiration for his article.

    Three ways you can reduce your food waste

  • Mat Bateman

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    With 27% of all Cornwall’s emission being transport related, purchasing electric vehicles is one way to make a difference. Cornwall Wildlife Trust has purchased an e-minibus to further support a reduction in its organisations’ emissions. Find out from Mat Bateman (Cornwall Wildlife Trust Volunteer Programme Coordinator for the G7 LPNR) why they made this decision and what benefits it is already making.

    Sustainable Transport for our Volunteers

  • Karen Barrass

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    With less than a month to go before world leaders convene in Glasgow for the crucial climate negotiations, Karen writes about how UK100 is working to ensure the importance of local action to deliver on the UK Government’s ambitions to reach Net Zero is acknowledged at the Summit and beyond.

    Countdown to COP - Building momentum for local Net Zero delivery

  • Nature Friendly Cornwall

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    Uniting farmers, businesses and local residents who are passionate about our environment are all things dear to Nature Friendly Cornwall's hearts

    Uniting farmers, businesses and local residents

  • Natallia Paliakova

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    Having started scuba diving as a holiday activity in exotic diving destinations, Natallia wanted to do something about the litter and lost fishing gear blighting our beautiful and diverse ocean. She now helps run 'Fathoms Free' organising scuba diving ocean clean up events around Cornwall's coastline.

    Chasing Ghosts

  • Sue Scott

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    Sue Scott writes about the unusual and special marine residents of the Fal and Helford Estuary's sheltered inlets and bays.

    Our Cornish Seagrass Beds - brilliant for marine life AND one of our sharpest natural tools in the fight against climate change

  • Simon Miles

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    Having studied and practised Forest Gardening in detail, Simon Miles is convinced that every community should have a Community Forest Garden. Simon writes about forest gardens and the benefits of community gardening to people's health and well being, learning, and neighbourhoods.

    Local community food for a more sustainable future

  • Chris Bird

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    Chris Bird is a writer and freelance journalist, smallholder and Extinction Rebellion activist. He is the author of ‘Local Sustainable Homes’.

    Why we need low impact homes to help mitigate climate change

  • Bryony Stokes and Claire Wallerstein

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    Bryony Stokes and Claire Wallerstein are producing Cornwall’s Climate Stories – a series of films looking at every aspect of how climate change will affect our lives.

    Communicating climate change reality and optimism, a difficult but essential balancing act

  • Tessa Kingsley

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    Tessa is a a teacher, parish councillor and Project Manager at Climate Change Risk Management Ltd, a consultancy offering climate change advice to organisations around the world.

    Tess writes about helping teachers and schools to help their students make informed environmental decisions and the schools Eco Conference.

    Equipping teachers with tools to help them talk to pupils about climate change

Page last updated: 24 May 2022, 09:09 AM