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To: PET Members From: Roger Doudna, Chair Subject: Festive Greetings 2018/9 on behalf of all at PET Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas and a New Year continuing to put care into action. Thank you for continuing to help PET make a real environmental difference and improve growing numbers of lives in the Findhorn […]
We are pleased to announce that Park Ecovillage Trust (Findhorn Ecovillage Community Benefit Charity) has been nominated for the 2018 SURF Community Regeneration Awards in the Housing Category, for the West Whins Co-housing Cluster. Other SURF Community Regeneration Project Areas are: Youth Employability, Creative Regeneration, Community-led Regeneration, and Scotland’s Most Improved Place. SURF (Scotland’s Regeneration […]
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Submitted by Maria Cooper, resident at Findhorn Ecovillage https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2009/jul/13/manchester-report-climate-change1 http://www.carbonconversations.co.uk/