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Local Food in Chichester; Report published online, May 5 <ref>[http://www.transitionchichester.org/?q=node%2F410 Transition Chichester]</ref>
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*[[Towards a more democratic and climate friendly way of meeting housing need across England]]
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Revision as of 15:21, 3 April 2020

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Sustainability initiatives

Initiatives by topic


Sussex Wetland Landscapes Project - Sussex Wildlife Trust

Community energy

Meadow Blue Community Energy

REPOWERBalcombe, community project to generate enough clean, renewable energy locally to meet all of the village’s electricity needs.

Food activism

Tuppenny Barn

Sustainable transport activism

Walking: Wikipedia: Footpaths in West Sussex (category), South Downs Way

Waterways: The River Wey and Wey Navigations Community Site, non-commercial site of over 200,000 words all about the River Wey including information and images about the source of the Wey at Black Down in West Sussex - The Wey & Arun Canal Trust - Wikipedia: Wey and Arun Canal



April 12 - 13 Eco Open Houses Worthing

News and comment


West Sussex community solar farm delivers 5MW to grid, Jun 28 [1]


Balcombe 'fracking village' gets green light to go 100% solar, october 1 [2]

Crawley Council sees itself as a carbon cutting champion, August 10 [3] The council is keen to hear public suggestions for CO2 reduction across the town and is asking people to get their thinking caps on and email in bright ideas.


Local Food in Chichester; Report published online, May 5 [4]

See also

Interwiki links

Wikipedia: West Sussex


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