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2017, Community action news

Waltham Forest: How cargo bikes can help unclog London's congested roads, Nov 10 [1]


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More UK Community action news via the timelines of our 76 UK place articles and 28 UK topic and UK resource articles

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Environment quality UK: UK government sued for third time over deadly air pollution, Nov 7 [2]

London news: New Hub for London gets £350,000 to support civil society - hopefully including grassroots groups, Nov 5 [3]

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Haringey: Community group builds plans for genuinely affordable housing, Nov 2 [4]

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Scotland: Shock figures reveal park life at an all-time low, Nov 5 [5]

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Browse our 76 UK place articles and 28 UK topic and UK resource articles


add in and share your knowledge and information. Help us grow CASwiki. The more people share, the more the knowledgebase available to us all is enriched.

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About CASwiki

Community action for sustainability, or CASwiki, is information and knowledge sharing, but with a focus on what might be useful to community groups and active citizens. You can help. What can we do to make our communities more sustainable and in support of environmental, social and economic wellbeing? / About CASwiki - Join

Why grow CASwiki

"We start with the simple proposition that citizens should be able to influence decisions which affect the places and communities in which they live, work and visit."

Sustainability isn't just something for experts. It's about everyone's quality of life and we all have a part to play.

CASwiki aims to help link up community and personal action for sustainability worldwide. ...more

Knowledge sharing can help! It can help with finding contacts, making connections and networking. As well as information about places CASwiki shares information and knowledge about 29 Community action for sustainability topics (what we can do - see right hand column) and Resources to help action.

Community action near you

At any level from local communities through villages, towns, cities, countries, regions, continents or the whole world. Check out our current list of 278 locations. If the location you're interested in isn't there, can you help by sharing some information about that place in either an existing article, or through starting a new article? ...more


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New UK articles


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Barking and Dagenham

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Sustainability initiatives

  • Low-Impact Living Initiative, dedicated to helping protect the global environment by promoting sustainable alternatives to various aspects of everyday life

People & Planet University League


Fossil Free UK, Pension tool

Women’s Environmental Network, campaigning on environmental and health issues from a female perspective

Local sustainability initiatives

Please see our local or city pages via the United Kingdom category, where of course you can share any more information you may have about local sustainability initiatives.

See also

Interwiki links

Wikipedia: United Kingdom



This page includes Creative Commons Licensed content from the Sustainable community action wiki on Wikia.
The list of authors can be seen in the history, link via drop down menu at top left of page.

  1. The Guardian
  2. The Guardian