Three practical local projects: do join us!
Furzedown Low Carbon Zone
We had a productive monthly planning meeting last week – please see the minutes and actions here.
In outline we’re at the stage of visiting local partners to explore sites where there is space and interest to be involved by ‘hosting’ renewable energy generation equipment – whatever technology is appropriate – and sharing in the benefits.
A second stage will be to engage with local people who can become involved as co-owners of a community generation scheme. The Furzedown Festival in June is a target for that, certainly for informal sharing of the project.
Next planning meetings are on 8th May and 3rd June in Furzedown…please come along if you would like to be involved at this stage. Details will be on the TTT Events Calendar on this blog. Contact us on this email link for any further information.
Eighth series of our ‘Carbon Conversations’ meetings
We are going to offer a free series of local Carbon Conversations from the 19th May to early July this year. Running on Monday evenings (with one Tuesday for luck), this will be a set of six participative meetings which enable individuals to discuss, understand and take control of their carbon footprint, and work out ways to reduce energy consumption and expenses.
It’s a very engaging and practical set of meetings…..and even fun.
We’ll cover home energy, food, travel and transport, and general consumption of ‘stuff’.
All the details are in the flyer for this next series: please click here.
Please contact Charles at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
‘Cleaner Air 4 Communities’ Project
This project brings citizen science and local action to the challenge of measuring and advocating for clean air. The toolkit – click here to link to a pdf copy – describes some of the steps that can be taken by a community group.
Graham Petersen recently took part in air quality measurement at Clapham Junction, with the Battersea Society (there’s a case study on this experience in the toolkit). There is some funding available to support this project, and Graham is investigating that, with a view to improving air quality in Tooting. Please use the Furzedown Low Carbon Zone contact email for more info.
All welcome to join in with these three projects. Please get in touch!