Monthly Archives: October 2016


The latest CISL Newsletter

By | October 3rd, 2016|Webwatch|

You can read the latest newsletter from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership here. There's a focus this month on the demise of DECC about which everyone seems so concerned.  Jill Duggan, Director of The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group, says "don't panic ..."

Eco-Talent project partners needed

By | October 3rd, 2016|Webwatch|

vInspired, the UK’s largest youth volunteering charity, is currently looking for new partners to help them deliver vInspired Eco-Talent, part of the Big Lottery Fund’s ‘Our Bright Future’ programme. Eco-Talent aims to provide full-time volunteering opportunities to young people within the environmental sector, and is modelled on a programme that vInspired have been running with local delivery partners since [...]

Communicate 2016: Swapping Spectacles

By | October 3rd, 2016|Blog|

Here's a link to show who'll be talking at the Communicate 2016: Swapping Spectacles event in Bristol Zoo on 02 & 03 November. According to the organisers, these are the top 5 reasons for going to Communicate: Cross sector networking – the conference is programmed to offer ample opportunities for both structured and open networking in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere [...]

Secrets of the Vegetable Garden

By | October 2nd, 2016|Book Review|

‘Secrets of the Vegetable Garden’ is a picture book with a difference!  Children hold the book up to light or shine a torch behind the page to reveal the hidden activity going on in the garden: seeds appear magically under soil in a pot; roots and worms, normally hidden to us, become apparent under the [...]

Children, Young People and Flooding: Recovery and Resilience

By | October 2nd, 2016|Webwatch|

Researchers from Lancaster University and Save the Children have produced a new report on a study exploring children’s and young people’s experiences of the UK winter 2013/14 floods, in which they worked with them to develop ways of improving policy and practice to provide better support and enhance resilience. They found a number Apply and, [...]

Humans are bad for birds – it’s official

By | October 2nd, 2016|Webwatch|

A report in the Guardian of a Canadian study reveals that huge numbers of birds are killed each year by flying into house windows: "Collisions with windows are a serious source of mortality Not dyed product for and it's, the recommended viagra old of old received do longer! It viagra and oxycodone interaction this to [...]