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  • News ‘A powerful message through song’: the UK’s Climate Choir Movement is growing, theguardian.com (Feb 07, 2024)
  • News Green Football Weekend: Newark & Sherwood United - the vegan non-league club doing things differently, bbc.co.uk (Feb 03, 2024)
  • News Green Football Weekend: how to make a Premier League club truly ‘sustainable’, theconversation.com (Feb 01, 2024)

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Transformative singing to change hearts and minds
Authors: Climate Choirs, Jan 19, 2024
  • Climate Choir Movement, "grown rapidly since Autumn 2022 and now has choirs in Bristol, Bath, Oxford, London, Sheffield, Swansea, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Southampton & Guildford." Video channel on youtube.com, added 18:01, 9 December 2023 (UTC)

Sport and sustainability[edit | edit source]

Resources[edit | edit source]

  • Start a neighbourhood cinema, justact.org.uk
  • Street Party, promoting street parties, which are a chance for people to enjoy their street without traffic for a day, and encouraging neighbourliness across the UK
  • Ten steps to running your own Ideas Farm, November 2012, Wellington H2A

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The People's Palace of Possibility, Lyth Arts Centre
Authors: Lyth Arts Centre, Jul 19, 2023

See also[edit | edit source]

local information can be found, or shared, via our many UK location pages


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Created March 5, 2017 by Phil Green
Modified February 8, 2024 by Phil Green
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