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Eastbourne FoE
This is the Twitter account for Eastbourne and District Friends of the Earth, an official local group of Friends of the Earth info.eastbournefoe@gmail.com
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The ClimateCoalition 4h
Imagine a future where the UK no longer contributes to . and ask your MP to make this future a reality by signing the cross-party MP letter and asking Government to back a net zero emissions target by 2050 Get started today at
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Campaign for Better Transport Jun 19
Buses help tackle and now even older diesel buses can be retrofitted to make them greener
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Clean Air Day Jun 19
DYK cutting down on your electricity use is good for as well as your pockets? Energy generation is a major contributor to the UK's levels of NOx and SO2 emissions, so switch off and cut down where you can!
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Friends of the Earth 🐝 Jun 19
A step in the right direction - but no way can this be the "final stage". Ban doesn’t cover many products that can also contain , eg: paint, cosmetics, sun-cream. Companies + Gov't should act fast to stop ALL sources of pollution.
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Eastbourne FoE Jun 19
Great first meeting with officers today about local issues. Unanimous agreement that we must all work together to reduce local as much as practically possible, & that officers need to be engaged in this process too.
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East Sussex CC Jun 18
Thursday 21st June is pledge to do your part, walk or cycle to school or work.
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Clean Air Eastbourne Jun 18
Show support and benefit from a healthy activity. Life slows down when walking and cycling and being closer to what’s happening in your local environment ...
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Clean Air Day Jun 19
2 days before ! Did you know that the average Briton has their life expectancy shortened by 6 months due to long term exposure to .
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Eastbourne FoE Jun 19
We'll be meeting officers this afternoon to discuss matters. Packed agenda. Hopefully the start of regular such meetings, leading to reduction of throughout .
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Eastbourne FoE Jun 18
No excuse now for not to consider seriously moving away from fossil fuels in its Pension Fund, especially as sea level rise is accelerating, threatening coastal communities in like & .
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Youth Ocean Action Jun 18
Thank you Eastbourne Voice for publishing a nice article about our aims and objectives. We strongly believe that the greatest danger comes from single use plastics and that is why everyone needs to work very hard to stop using them.
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Kevin Pluck Jun 17
In the last 26 years Antarctica's ice loss could fill Lake Huron (third largest of the Great Lakes). Currently the melt rate of 6,900 tons per second, which is equivalent to the Niagara falls at peak flow, would now fill Lake Huron in only 16 years.
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Guy Shrubsole Jun 17
Giant pesticides firm: Allow us to keep destroying insects and the basis of all life, or you’ll starve. Err....
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Doug Parr Jun 18
Mayors & council leaders representing 20 million UK residents want ban on petrol & cars by 2030
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Clean Air Day Jun 18
There's just 3 days until ! It's time for us to take action on - for our health and the health of those with weaker immune systems, such as children and older adults, who are more sensitive to pollution. 👵👶👩‍⚕️
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Eastbourne FoE Jun 17
Let's help save children's lives in ! Please sign & share this petition to Cllr Nick Bennett asking him to support 20mph speed limits outside Ratton School: via Many thanks!
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Eastbourne FoE Jun 17
Urgent petition request here. Please sign and share. Many thanks!
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Andrew Durling Jun 17
1 of the big new roads planned is dual carriageway between & , on edge of National Park, slicing through prime countryside & several villages, parallel to a railway line that could carry lots more passengers if only it had a decent train service!
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Atus Mariqueo-Russell Jun 16
This is a really good interview with in The Guardian on the perils of endless economic expansion, “I think there needs to be a mature conversation about limits to growth. I think we need to ask: growth for what?”
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Clare_LS Jun 16
....if we keep destroying the countryside to build wider roads, one day "nature" will be somewhere we have to GO to see wildlife, like the zoo... it won't be on our doorstep like it is now...🌎🌳🍃🍂🌾🌻🐝🦋
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