Haringey communities working with Haringey council.
Imagine electric cars, state of the art buses and cyclists moving fluidly and quietly along Green Lanes and Muswell Hill Broadway. People walking and cycling to work in Tottenham’s thriving green business sector. The view from Alexandra Palace glistening with solar panels crowning the rooftops, producing clean electricity. Our homes are warm and cosy in winter and our energy bills are lower.
We can all work together from 2020 to recover from the Covid catastrophe, whilst moving people from unemployment and poverty to the quality jobs that tackle climate breakdown and ecological harm.
Explore the topics at Zero Carbon Haringey to see what we can do.
The Transition Network has awarded National Lottery funds for this popup exhibition at Lauderdale House Highgate, with a ‘Mini TED talk’ on 23rd June and an Eco-Fair on the 26th. Click title for details.
the way we heat our homes is going to change considerably over the next 10-15 years. To reach the government’s target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, we will all need to stop using gas for heating, and the Committee on Climate Change is recommending that government bans the sale of new gas boilers […]
The Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is proposing that consumers pay a deposit for cans, bottles and plastics, refundable on return. In parallel they are proposing consistency and measures to increase recycling – thus reducing landfill, incineration and therefore Greenhouse Gas emissions from ‘waste’. Introducing a Deposit Return Scheme in England, Wales […]