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


  • Kevin Smith

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    Kevin Smith is the Director of the Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network, also known as WREN. He writes about WREN's innovative energy equality project that could share the benefits of rooftop solar electricity through a per-to-peer trading system.

    Energy equality, peer to peer community electricity trading

  • Luci Isaacson

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    Luci Isaacson's research and reading academic tests and trials, over six years, helped to shape the Climate Vision ten pledges.

    Make a difference - make a pledge or two

  • Dr Tim Fox

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    Dr Tim Fox has lived and worked all over the world but believes the most exciting initiatives are right here, where he was born, in Cornwall. Tim writes about one of those exciting initiatives that is set to bring about a local clean energy revolution.

    Energy independent sustainable farming

  • Cllr Rob Nolan

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    Like lots of people Cllr Rob Nolan enjoyed seeing the wildflowers during lock-down and knowing that they are benefiting bees and other pollinators. Rob writes about wildlife verges which is one of the ways Cornwall Council is doing things differently and better to benefit our environment.

    To mow or to grow - getting verges buzzing again

  • Lillian Harrison

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    Lillian Harrison, an energy and transport infrastructure planning consultant, has set up a hedgehog corner in her garden, with a hedgehog cam for catching visitors to the impromptu drinking area:

    Gardening for wildlife - nature needs our help too

  • Carolyn Cadman

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    Carolyn Cadman, Chief Executive of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust writes about how nature based solutions can help us to build back better.

    Building back better with nature based solutions

  • Colin Hastings

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    Colin Hastings, author of the Carbon Buddy Project, used his background as an organisational psychologist and experience, to create the Carbon Buddy Manual a step by step guide to help work out what practical steps people can take to reduce their carbon footprint:

    Who are the climate emergency key workers? You are!

  • Cllr Edwina Hannaford, UK100

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    Cllr. Edwina Hannaford wrote a blog for the UK:100 Network, as Cornwall Council became a founder member of the Countryside Climate Network

    Cornwall’s ambition – carbon neutral by 2030

  • Ashley Wood

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    Ashley Wood, of Cornwall Food and farming, writes about aiming for new zero carbon emissions through good policy, great farming and better diets

    Meat-ing net zero

  • Dominic Gibbard

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    Dominic Gibbard, Head Greenkeeper at Truro Golf Club, uses his ingenuity and compost tea to help keep the green at its best in an environmentally friendly way:

    Environmentally friendly golf course greenkeeping

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