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New Caledonian Woodlands, a not-for-profit environmental organisation based in Crieff, have recently launched Planet Pledge , a project offering workshops and talks for community and green interest groups who are concerned about climate change and want to reduce their environmental impact. They are encouraging those who sign up to ...

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'Planet Pledge'


24-May-11 18:46


 
 




The final four contenders for the 100k Art Fund prize and accolade of "Museum of the Year" were announced on 19th May. The public poll for people to vote for the winner re-opened today and will close again on 7th June. This is your last chance to tell the ...

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The government is planning to scrap green laws which protect our planet and help prevent climate change. Politicians claim that these important laws that reduce emissions, protect wildlife and the countryside are red tape that we're better off without. We need to act fast to tell them that we ...

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WWF has resigned from the UK Government's zero carbon homes taskforce and withdrawn its support from the policy, which it says is now "effectively useless". The move follows the Government's surprise announcement in the 2011 Budget last month that its definition of 'zero carbon' would no longer include emissions ...

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This year we are combining the news and business of our newly formed company with a special conference by holding the EGM along with a two-day event What makes a Sustainable Community? in the historic setting of New Lanark. We shall be looking at the historical and European context ...

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Prepared by SEDA member Matt Bridgestock at 55 North Architecture and edited by Richard Baynes, Your Buildings, Your Future is a guide to commissioning sustainable architecture for community organisations. The project was funded by SUST at Architecture and Design Scotland. This guide provides advice and assistance on the process ...

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SEDA became a company on 24 Feb 2011 whilst still continuing to be a charity. All existing members need to apply to become members of the new company and application forms have been sent out as part of the membership renewals. Please note that if you haven t joined ...

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SEDA becomes a company


14-Apr-11 19:35

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Look out for your membership renewal forms which have now been sent. These will include the increased subscription rates, as approved at the 2010 AGM, which will greatly assist us in maintaining our services to members including the new website, the monthly bulletin, 2 to 3 magazines a year ...

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Membership renewals due


14-Apr-11 19:32

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This year we are combining the AGM with a two-day event What makes a Sustainable Community? located in the historic setting of New Lanark. We re aiming to try and identify the key ingredients for a sustainable community and set out how sustainability can be defined or measured in ...

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Robin Harper, now retired as an MSP, has very kindly agreed to become SEDA s honorary patron and speak at the Sustainable Communities Event. When invited he replied I would be absolutely delighted to speak and very honoured to be invited not only to speak but to become Patron. ...

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