Town goes green

Healthier lifestyles, more green spaces and more connected communities - these are just some of the outcomes that the Thame Green Living Plan is aiming to achieve for the town

Eco surveys: Your say

Buckinghamshire residents and organisations are invited to have their say about climate change and air quality in the county.

Tomorrow's world

Government Minister Baroness Vere of Norbiton caught a glimpse of tomorrow's world on when she visited Aylesbury to see a showcase of new technologies that could revolutionis

Schools go green

A Green Schools Fund has been launched by the district council. The fund, open to all primary and secondary schools in Ay

Climate change action

Successful carbon reduction projects across Buckinghamshire County Council's services and infrastructure have resulted in an impressive 41% reduction in the amount of carbon dioxide produced in

Climate crisis action

A new council committee in South Oxfordshire that will help tackle the climate emergency is due to meet for the first time in September.At its July meeting, South Oxfordshire District Counci

Adding some sunshine

Local community energy enterprise, Gawcott Community Solar CIC, have launched a £9,000 grant fund to support initiatives which benefit local children and young people. Consisting of two sub-funds, gr

Low carbon grants

Through the Low Carbon Workspaces £1,000 Energy Cashback campaign, grants of £1,000 are available to 50 small and medium-sized bus

Schools' energy challenge

Schools across Buckinghamshire are being invited to make a New Year resolution to save energy, cut carbon emissions, and save money.In the latest round of RE:fit

Sound barriers to ease motorway noise

Residents along the M40 in Buckinghamshire and South Oxfordshire will soon benefit from a package of measures to cut traffic noise near their homes.New noise-reducin

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