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23 September

The Fruit Maps of Durham Written by Wilf, Green Durham CIC As you may know Green Durham grew out of the remains of Transition Durham, which started way back in […]

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22 August

Your next food shop, will it be today or later this week? Most of us buy most of the food we eat. And eat we must very regularly. So when […]

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04 July

Imagining a possible future walk through Durham This is the second of two (or more) blog posts to playfully explore some Green Durham themes connecting what we do today with […]

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25 May

Sustainability is often focussed on the everyday lifestyle changes we can make, what about changing the system for good? How might COP26 change the whole perspective?

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13 May

Some people like their garden to have perfectly manicured lawns with planting in regimented lines. I think it’s fair to say that Alys Fowler isn’t one of those people. Her […]

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11 May

Do you know your CCS from your CHAdeMO? What about Regen or Range? Watt is the unit of Power? Low Carbon Lifestyle tries to explain electric vehicle jargon

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29 April

Permaculture is commonly perceived as a form of gardening or land management focused on working with nature. In truth though this is only one of its many applications. Permaculture is an ethical design system, inspired by our understanding of nature and ecology

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29 April
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29 April

To address climate change, and in this sense, be greener, the government aims to decarbonise electricity generation. One way to decarbonise the electricity we use is to generate electricity through wind power

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29 April

Low Carbon Lifestyle – Ep27 :
So, we hired an EV for a weekend, decided to explore a road trip we had been thinking about for a while, and set off on the Southern side of the Northumberland 250.

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22 April

Change towards a greener society is inevitable. Green Durham is more than a website. We want to help support the development of the green sector across the region through writing and events.

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