This page is one of a few central locations for testing out the use of Template:News. As of Jan 2022, based on the spread of news across CASwiki the locations are News - News by location - News UK - News by UK location

  • Hosepipe ban announced for Kent and Sussex, BBC News (Aug 03, 2022, Kent; East Sussex; West Sussex; Malling)
  • Hampshire and Isle of Wight hosepipe ban from 5 August, BBC News (Jul 29, 2022, Hants)
  • When Edinburgh's Canongate community resisted a crass urban development, they deployed a "working-class cosmopolitanism", The Daily Alternative (Jul 28, 2022, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK)
  • Commonwealth Games 2022: how Birmingham is becoming the UK’s most liveable city, The Conversation (Jul 28, 2022, Birmingham)
  • As the Welsh Government begin their Universal Basic Income trials, here’s how it can help the mental health of young people, The Daily Alternative (Jul 26, 2022, Wales)
  • If 400,000 groups, causes and charities could consciously generate social capital, says Mike Riddell, a "caravan of love" would start, The Daily Alternative (Jul 23, 2022, Stoke)
  • Wild bison return to UK for first time in thousands of years, The Guardian (Jul 18, 2022, Canterbury, Kent)
  • Cost of living: The family who gave up a car to cycle every day, BBC News (Jul 13, 2022, Cardiff, Wales)
  • Appeal for water customers to be mindful when turning on the tap, (Jul 11, 2022, Kent; East Sussex; West Sussex; Surrey; Hants; Berks; Malling) — South East Water is asking people to be mindful of the amount of water they are using as hot temperatures push up demand beyond levels expected for the time of year. Water latest,
  • 'They just fit': Has the wild boar been over-culled?, (Jul 06, 2022, Gloucestershire) — Naturalists fear that boar are declining in the Forest of Dean. The controversial question, however, is how many should be there in the first place.
  • Amazon's e-cargo bikes and walkers to eat into London carbon footprint, (Jul 04, 2022, Hackney, London)
  • Developing towns in Coalville, building houses in Grimsby, generating solar power in Bristol - these CANs are vibrant and concrete, The Daily Alternative (Jul 02, 2022, Leicestershire; Yorks; Bristol) — This week, we have a cascade of what we call CANs, cosmo-local initiatives, coming into our radar. It’s great just to chart their vitality.
  • Connectivity, Founder Opinion Piece, Hugh Somerleyton, Wild East (Jun 21, 2022, East of England)
  • How refugees leading city walking tours helps increase their sense of belonging – new research, The Conversation (Jun 16, 2022, Leeds)
  • With its digital community mapping, fungus-driven mill, and reuse of coastal buildings, the Onion Collective is a vibrant CAN, The Daily Alternative (Jun 14, 2022, Somerset)
  • These Scottish villagers bought a nature reserve - now they are fundraising to double its size, (Jun 10, 2022, Scotland)
  • Britain’s first wetland ‘super reserve’ offers boost to nature-based solutions to climate change, The Conversation (Jun 07, 2022, Somerset)
  • Communities need a say in reviving 800 dead spaces across London, Siân Berry, (Jun 06, 2022, London)
  • The UK’s first community-run shopping centre will have an “indie feel”- carefully curating their shops, and hosting creatives above, The Daily Alternative (Jun 02, 2022, Yorks)
  • Majority of residents think Staveley Rd barrier is a success, (May 30, 2022, Hounslow, London)
  • In a hardscrabble Liverpool location, a community "pantry" (not a food bank) feeds both bodies and souls, The Daily Alternative (May 11, 2022, Liverpool)
  • Climate change: Don't let doom win, project tells worriers, BBC News (Apr 28, 2022, Norwich, East of England)
  • The tallest wind-turbine in England, built by a community network full of agency, in one of Bristol's most deprived areas, The Daily Alternative (Apr 23, 2022, Bristol)
  • Hundreds march in Dorchester in protest at housing plans, BBC News (Apr 03, 2022, Dorset, South West England) — protest at plans to build 4,000 houses on open land and "desecrate" the Thomas Hardy countryside
  • Manningtree: The tiny town that dreams of saving the planet, BBC News (Apr 10, 2022, Essex)
  • Islington Climate Emergency Centre – a movement is growing, (Mar 29, 2022, Islington, London) — "The science is clear. It's not those fighting to put food on the table who need to fix this mess, right? It's the high consuming communities, high consuming individuals who need to act furthest and fastest." Tom Bailey,
  • London Resort plans officially withdrawn, with the intention of resubmitting them later in the year, Wikipedia (Mar 29, 2022, Gravesham, Kent)
  • Leicester's ‘forward-thinking’ green transport plans are 'model for rest of country', say charities, (Mar 15, 2022, Leicestershire)
  • Trees, forests, scrub and hedgerows provide vital sources of habitat, food and shelter for an extraordinary array of wildlife. The problem is we don't have nearly enough of it here in the East, Wild East (Mar 14, 2022, East of England) — Hugh Somerleyton, one of WildEast's Founders argues we must strive for a wetter, wilder and woodier landscape for the benefit of all
  • How Stroud council is encouraging renewables in its Local Plan, (Mar 09, 2022, Gloucestershire)
  • Laying the myths to rest: Canterbury crisis shows how desperate government policy and housebuilder attitudes are making homes unaffordable… and destroying our countryside, CPRE Kent (Feb 15, 2022, Canterbury)
  • ‘The case of Bristol Airport exposes the gaping flaw in National Planning Guidance', (Feb 11, 2022, Bristol)
  • Fracking: UK's only shale gas wells to be sealed and abandoned, BBC News (Feb 10, 2022, Lancashire)
  • A "makerspace" can be more than just crafting. London's Bloqs shows how it can boost local economy (and autonomy), The Alternative UK (Feb 07, 2022, London, Enfield)
  • New Public Living Room In Norwich, Camerados (Feb 04, 2022, Norwich)
  • New Public Living Room In Deal, Camerados (Feb 04, 2022, Dover, Kent)
  • Camden calls for sites that could deliver Community led housing, (Feb 02, 2022, Camden, London)
  • If we want a cosmolocal revolution, writes Benjamin Still, we must learn from how soil binds the world together, The Alternative UK (Jan 23, 2022, Frome)
  • Protein from gorse bushes could feed millions of people, says expert, The Guardian (Jan 10, 2022, Scotland)

News by UK location 2021

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