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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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Sustrans Apr 24
“The UK Government needs to show leadership by helping local authorities implement and infrastructure to enable more people to travel by bike or on foot for shorter journeys” – says as we launch 2018.
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NEF Apr 24
We want to put the power of citizen science in the hands of ignored people, driving community-led action that improves air quality. But we can't do it without your help.
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Brian Booker Apr 24
It’s a good structure and could help identify traffic pollution hotspots. Adopted in the UK would be a step forward ...
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Craig Bennett Apr 24
Great work by But the flagrant disregard of UK & EU environmental law in Northern Ireland gives us a worrying hint of what could mean for rest of UK unless gets on and establishes a new enforcement body ASAP!
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Assaad Razzouk Apr 23
1,000 Electric Buses To Spearhead Paris Goal Of 100% Clean Fleet By 2025
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Sandra Steingraber Apr 23
The evidence is in: living near site is bad prenatal care. In PA: higher risks for low birth weight, preterm birth. In CO: higher risks for birth defects In TX: higher risks for infant death, high-risk pregnancies Get the facts:
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Seedy Sunday EB Apr 23
Plastic Free Eastbourne are exhibiting at next Sundays A campaign to gain this accreditation for our town. We are in the process of pursuading individuals and organisations to ditch single use plastics and replace them with compostable alternatives.
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Eastbourne FoE Apr 24
How about some measures to reduce the amount of road traffic, especially , that flows through the most polluted areas of ? can be improved dramatically if we want it to be. Oh, & everybody's health is improved at the same time. Win-win!
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Stephen Cheatley BFC Apr 22
Jaw dropping 200+ degree panorama taken at Lizard Point Rising from the faint, outer regions on the left, to Cygnus above the Lighthouse & then down to Sagittarius and the galactic centre, lower right, above gift shop.
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Friends of the Earth Apr 23
Thanks to everyone making a strong case for environmental safeguards in the crucial debates! Hoping we'll see even more support today for much needed changes at report stage. Our environment needs Amendment 27 (on governance and principles).
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Dr Maria Neira Apr 22
There is no “safe dose” of toxics, such as for pregnant women or anyone! Saving Earth is saving lives!
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Ed Hawkins Apr 22
If global warming was a hoax, then someone would need to be: - falsifying millions of temperature measurements - artificially melting glaciers & sea ice - reducing the volume of the ocean to make sea level appear to rise And, all this must have started over a century ago. 🤔
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FairCoop Apr 22
Our first app for transport sharing is ready. The Common Routes App is available now!
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Rosie Knowles Apr 21
Words fail me. - get a grip! That's my council tax pounds you are squandering to enforce a very fishy PFI contract. How else are you misusing your citizens' money? I dread to think
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Alastair McIntosh Apr 22
To me, Isobel Lindsay, ex of Strathclyde Uni, ranks amongst the clearest, deepest and most genuine political thinkers in Scotland. She used to serve on the board of . She understands the confluence of social justice, ecological sustainability and the roots of peace.
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HeraldScotland Apr 22
The big read: Can federalism ever work in the UK?
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Paul Dawson Apr 22
Climate change is “eating up the world’s water”, while also making it harder to find a solution. “Things that have worked in the past are no longer enough. Climate change makes everything considerably more serious.
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Bill McKibben Apr 22
Europe's biggest bank stops tarsands lending, also won't back coal, or Arctic drilling. Huge signal
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Anna Winter Apr 22
The talk at on our air quality was fascinating, if a little scary.. Thank you for educating us! And for helping build the sensors. Looking forward to contributing to the Eastbourne air map. ☀️🌬
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Friends of the Earth Apr 22
Every minute a truck load of our plastic enters our oceans, killing marine life. This sign our petition and tell the government to get serious about our problem
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