Composting draws down carbon Have you seen the new bins opposite Cornelia’s? Eveline’s composting initiative Growing on Food Waste is an excellent example of how carbon can be sequestered and turned into soil. If you don’t do it already get a bin and start composting in your garden. Or go together and share a bin. […]
Shrinking footprints. Walking lightly on the earth… Tips to avoid blisters
PET introduces Carbon Bites to keep up the good work of shrinking the carbon impact of our Ecovillage. Find bites of info in the Rainbow Bridge (RBB) and below—suggestions what to do, examples of what’s been done, and reminders about what it takes to change one’s lifestyle. So that climate change doesn’t bite at our heels because we walk too slowly.
Everybody is welcome to share. Send your text click here to have it published in the RBB and on this site.
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Greetings, Here’s an opportunity for carbon reduction in practice: a fascinating, up2date and topical analysis of the costs of running a car privately versus using a Car Share service. The maths is quite clear; now more individuals just need to choose to Car Share. Just like with our own (lately enlarged) Phoenix Shop at the […]
Our community carbon emissions It’s time to calculate our carbon emissions for 2018. As a Findhorn Foundation co-worker, a Cluny or Park resident, or if you are running a business with its office/operations at the Park, you should have received an email with a link to a web-based survey. If not please contact The […]
Attend Findhorn “Sunday Slots” which feature a raft of carbon related initiatives The Sunday Slot this week will feature a raft of carbon related initiatives that have been evoked, at least in part, by the Climate Conference in April. It will include a report of how the conference itself is unfolding. Park Lecture Room, 12:30-2pm, […]