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Green view: Three steps to carbon heaven

Green view: Three steps to carbon heaven

Green view: Three steps to carbon heaven

26 September 2021

Energy adviser Peter Gudde's simple guide to improving your company's environmental impact.


Mini market carries a key green message

Mini market carries a key green message

Mini market carries a key green message

23 September 2021

A Suffolk town is to host a mini green market on Saturday to recognise the end of a nationwide celebration of action on climate change.


New booking system for Suffolk's recycling centres set to be launched

New booking system for Suffolk's recycling centres set to be launched

New booking system for Suffolk's recycling centres set to be launched

21 September 2021

Residents across Suffolk might still have to plan in advance before taking their rubbish to the tip, but the system is set to become easier to use.

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Village's green efforts celebrated

Village's green efforts celebrated

Village's green efforts celebrated

20 September 2021

Week-long celebration of villagers' efforts to improve environment and tackle climate change.


'Businesses will suffer': Councillor calls for flooding issues in town to be fixed

'Businesses will suffer': Councillor calls for flooding issues in town to be fixed

'Businesses will suffer': Councillor calls for flooding issues in town to be fixed

16 September 2021

Businesses in a Suffolk town will suffer if issues of repeated flooding are not solved, according to a district councillor.


Town is toxic tips hotspot, report finds

Town is toxic tips hotspot, report finds

Town is toxic tips hotspot, report finds

08 September 2021

A new report has claimed that two Suffolk towns have one of the highest concentrations of toxic landfills in England.

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Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

08 September 2021

Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.


Refusal of gas-fired power facility plans hailed by Green group as 'first big step in right direction'

Refusal of gas-fired power facility plans hailed by Green group as 'first big step in right direction'

Refusal of gas-fired power facility plans hailed by Green group as 'first big step in right direction'

06 September 2021

The rejection of the proposals was hailed as a “big step in the right direction” towards accomplishing the district’s zero-carbon ambitions.

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Time to zero in on our waste and put bad habits behind us

Time to zero in on our waste and put bad habits behind us

Time to zero in on our waste and put bad habits behind us

03 September 2021

We could all do more to waste less, and now is a good time to think about it because next week is national Zero Waste Week.


Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

29 August 2021

A group opposed to a vast solar farm has accused the firm of using ‘smoke and mirrors’ in an attempt to put a positive spin on changes to their plans.


Green View: Confused by mixed messages

Green View: Confused by mixed messages

Green View: Confused by mixed messages

29 August 2021

Energy expert Peter Gudde is looking for some clear and objective messaging from the government about future energy needs.


The battle to avert catastrophe

The battle to avert catastrophe

The battle to avert catastrophe

29 August 2021

Bishop Martin Seeley says we all need to work together to tackle climate change.


Anger after house contents were left piled up for weeks

Anger after house contents were left piled up for weeks

Anger after house contents were left piled up for weeks

28 August 2021

A Suffolk housing association has been criticised for leaving the contents of a house outside for three weeks, attracting flies and scavengers.


Taking a fresh look at waste

Taking a fresh look at waste

Taking a fresh look at waste

28 August 2021

Suffolk campaigner Karen Cannard gears up for September's Zero Waste Week.


Gas-fired power plant proposals rejected after planners cite contradiction with climate change goals

Gas-fired power plant proposals rejected after planners cite contradiction with climate change goals

Gas-fired power plant proposals rejected after planners cite contradiction with climate change goals

27 August 2021

A proposed gas-fired power plant has been knocked back after planners decided it contradicted goals to address climate change.


Urgent steps needed to encourage people to switch to public transport, county council's opposition group says

Urgent steps needed to encourage people to switch to public transport, county council's opposition group says

Urgent steps needed to encourage people to switch to public transport, county council's opposition group says

24 August 2021

Urgent action is needed to make changes that will encourage people to switch to sustainable transport, the county council's opposition group has said.


Flooding on residential road results in renewed plea to fix drainage issues

Flooding on residential road results in renewed plea to fix drainage issues

Flooding on residential road results in renewed plea to fix drainage issues

24 August 2021

Gallons of water spilled across a residential street at the weekend, drawing fresh attention to recurring flooding problems over the last decade.


Quakers tackling climate change complete their part of pilgrimage

Quakers tackling climate change complete their part of pilgrimage

Quakers tackling climate change complete their part of pilgrimage

17 August 2021

Quakers from a Suffolk town looking to have their say on how climate change will be tackled globally have completed their part of a pilgrimage.


Council explains decision to allow felling of 'iconic' protected trees

Council explains decision to allow felling of 'iconic' protected trees

Council explains decision to allow felling of 'iconic' protected trees

13 August 2021

A council has explained why it permitted the removal of two prominent protected trees at a town property.


District council confirms purchase of nearly three acre 'green oasis' site

District council confirms purchase of nearly three acre 'green oasis' site

District council confirms purchase of nearly three acre 'green oasis' site

11 August 2021

As a damning IPCC report sheds light on the state of global warming, a Suffolk council has confirmed the purchase of a 2.71 acre 'green oasis' site.


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