With a million species at risk of extinction, David Attenborough explores how the current crisis of biodiversity has consequences for us all, including putting us at greater risk of pandemic diseases.
It’s estimated that if we’re to reduce greenhouse gases effectively, then each of us needs to be cutting our personal emissions by 10-20% a year. Ann Link suggests eight ways to take action now.
A new online forum lets everyone get involved in the latest plans and projects to support tree planting in and around Lewes – plus a nine-year old’s plans for growing ‘tree towns’.
The government is asking what you want a UK low-carbon transport system to involve – and you’ve got until the end of August to tell them.
Bonds issued by our local authority to help fund environmental projects could speed up action on climate change and also offer a low-risk ethical investment to savers, says Julia Waterlow
Extinction Rebellion is getting ready for a new national rebellion calling for the government to ramp up action on the climate emergency. We asked XRLewes about its plans and goals, what it thinks of our own MP’s action in climate change – and how local people can get involved.
Lewes District Council has pledged to create a net-zero emissions district in the next decade – so how is that translating into action? TTL takes a quick look.
A leaflet about Black Lives Matter posted recently across Lewes had a big impact on Ann Link. And it begs the question: how do we make the transition town movement more inclusive?
After our special feature on e-bikes in June, we received this great email from Chloe, a local teacher, that we’d like to share.
A new US podcast that asks the question of our time: “Just how screwed are we?”