Carbon Neutral Cornwall - My World. Our Planet.

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The Carbon Neutral Cornwall 'Hive’ is Cornwall's new online resource to help you find out what other people are doing to help tackle climate change, and where you can share your own ideas, and information about your carbon neutral projects and activities.

The people of Cornwall and our communities are strong and connected at the best and worst of times. Our passion and endurance have brought us through many hard times and is helping us through the Coronavirus pandemic.

Arguably climate change is the biggest challenge we face in the next ten years, and we will all have to work together to reduce greenhouse gases and carbon emissions in our atmosphere and for Cornwall to become carbon neutral.

There is a huge amount of information and inspiration, even some of the answers to climate change, within Cornwall.

The Hive is a platform for everyone in Cornwall to share information, resources, and ideas, to help grow confidence and solutions.


My World. Our Planet.
Let's make a difference together - explore the Hive and get involved


Explore other areas of the Carbon Neutral Hive:

  • the Climate Change projects and events map to find out about carbon neutral and green projects as well as events you can take part in
  • the Ideas Bank for information about what groups and communities in Cornwall are doing to help tackle climate change
  • the Hive Blog to read articles from Cornwall's climate change leaders and experts.

Click on the tabs below to visit:

  • the Discussions Forum where you can take part in online conversations and discussions about how we have all changed our behaviour since the Coronavirus pandemic and
  • the Guestbook where you can read what people visiting the Hive have to say and add your own comment
  • the Cornwall we want to get involved in the discussion about developing a shared vision for Cornwall for future generations.



The Carbon Neutral Cornwall 'Hive’ is Cornwall's new online resource to help you find out what other people are doing to help tackle climate change, and where you can share your own ideas, and information about your carbon neutral projects and activities.

The people of Cornwall and our communities are strong and connected at the best and worst of times. Our passion and endurance have brought us through many hard times and is helping us through the Coronavirus pandemic.

Arguably climate change is the biggest challenge we face in the next ten years, and we will all have to work together to reduce greenhouse gases and carbon emissions in our atmosphere and for Cornwall to become carbon neutral.

There is a huge amount of information and inspiration, even some of the answers to climate change, within Cornwall.

The Hive is a platform for everyone in Cornwall to share information, resources, and ideas, to help grow confidence and solutions.


My World. Our Planet.
Let's make a difference together - explore the Hive and get involved


Explore other areas of the Carbon Neutral Hive:

  • the Climate Change projects and events map to find out about carbon neutral and green projects as well as events you can take part in
  • the Ideas Bank for information about what groups and communities in Cornwall are doing to help tackle climate change
  • the Hive Blog to read articles from Cornwall's climate change leaders and experts.

Click on the tabs below to visit:

  • the Discussions Forum where you can take part in online conversations and discussions about how we have all changed our behaviour since the Coronavirus pandemic and
  • the Guestbook where you can read what people visiting the Hive have to say and add your own comment
  • the Cornwall we want to get involved in the discussion about developing a shared vision for Cornwall for future generations.


The Hive Guestbook and Comments

Thank you for visiting the Carbon Neutral Cornwall Hive, we hope you have found it interesting and helpful.

What you would like to see on the Cornwall Hive and what you think we could do differently to make it better?

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This year due to being at home more like most of us, I decided to buy and plant my first lot of wild flower seeds they were less than£20 for 2 packers and the results are amazing beautiful coloured flowers. I chose ones that attracted bees and butterflies to help with our environment just a thought but maybe these coukd be planted around the edges of our towns maybe the first roundabout of each town it would look pretty to us and visitors and help the planet too. Or maybe in a newsletter to spread the word in the hope that others may do the same. I am not usually green fingered so it shows to me how easy it is so tenants dont need to be talented gardeners and it does make a difference.

Teresa 3 months ago

Loving the Hive as a place to share ideas and collaborate.

Edwina Hannaford 3 months ago