Author: Paul Scholes

  • Government releases its Hydrogen Strategy

    Government releases its Hydrogen Strategy

    Number 2 of the Government’s 10 Point Plan: “Working with industry aiming to generate 5GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by 2030 for industry, transport, power and homes, and aiming to develop the first town heated entirely by hydrogen by the end of the decade” On 17 August 2021 the department for Business, Energy…

  • Wildlife Warden Podcast – Episode 4

    Wildlife Warden Podcast – Episode 4

    This episode brings you:  An overview of a visit from Amanda and Amy from the Devon Environment Foundation, who are one of our main funders Emily’s first experience of wild camping on Dartmoor Advice on wild camping in Teignbridge Information about butterflies and an interview with Amy Walkden, the secretary for the Devon branch of…

  • Wildlife Warden June Newsletter

    Wildlife Warden June Newsletter

    This month’s Newsletter covers a lot of ground, literally, with wardens and opthers venturing out as summer begins. Topics covered include: The Local Plan. Training sessions. Project visits. Ogwild’s Rectory Field open afternoon. Wild about Devon. Devon Rewilding Network. Here’s the full newsletter

  • Update on the CEE Bill

    Update on the CEE Bill

    Following our piece in the May Newsletter on the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill, the CEE Bill Alliance has drafted a second (‘summary’) version of the bill, The Climate and Ecology Bill No. 2.  This strengthened and condensed version of the CEE Bill is designed to present a clearer proposal, be easier to understand, function…

  • Six Months to COP26

    Six Months to COP26

    In the lead up to COP26 debates are intensifying over some key issues, some of which have rumbled on for over a decade, passing through and beyond COP21 in Paris more than five years ago. Explored in part in our website post Know your Net Zero from your NETs and BECCS, there is growing tension…