WeFil – pop-up party – give up throwaway plastics for good! When: Thursday 27th February, 8pm Where: Muswell Hill Methodist Church, 10 Pages Lane, N10 1PP Free admission, refreshmentsStock up on essentials – cleaning, food, beauty and dental care products without adding to the mountain of plastic waste – all vegan, cruelty-free and from ethical […]
Since the 2017 election threats and damage due to Climate Change and to the Natural Environment have been much more widely understood, and many voters would like to know whether they can trust politicians to address these effectively. Actions by Extinction Rebellion and straight talk by Greta Thunberg resulted in a UK Climate Emergency […]
As a new set of MEPs take their seats in the EU Parliament it is timely to be aware of how the EU works to co-ordinate climate breakdown action across the 28 member states, Many of the changes that should be made to address the increase in global carbon intensity also address the pollution of […]
Since Extinction Rebellion burst onto the International stage members of Transition Highgate have leapt to its banner and are supporting the aims of demanding that politicians take emergency action to minimise climate damage as soon as possible. On 30th January members listened to the talk by Millie Guest with slides illustrating the grave and imminent […]
Bloomberg’s carbon clock has a constant countdown towards the catastrophic 450pmm concentration of CO2 and CO2 equivalent in our atmosphere. MCC shows the ‘carbon budget’ and time left to avoid global heating of 2˚C, with a much shorter time by clicking 1.5˚C scenario button. The world’s leading climate scientists, in a special report for the […]
The intentions of the leading UK political parties regarding Climate Change, Energy transition and Air Quality in their 2017 manifestos are investigated. Includes an update on 10th June on the DUP manifesto.
Leonardo Dicaprio’s film is truly scary – not in the usual horror film way, but because it truly captures the devastation already being wreaked on our world. Leonardo sets the scene with the allegory of Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights, where mankind is originally innocent, then enjoys earthly delights and then suffers in a […]