The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will be releasing a new report on the science of climate change on Monday 9 August 2021. This will be the first global assessment on the science of global warming since 2013. The report is likely to detail significant changes to the world’s oceans, ice caps and land in the coming decades.Read more
The River Wye is suffering badly from pollution.
Wildlife in the river – plants, insects and fish – are all declining.
The main cause are phosphates coming from intensive chicken farms along the course of the river.Read more
Moving further beyond their usual EV coverage Fully Charged have launched a new series of films about Home Energy.
Presented by Fully Charged Joint CEO Dan Caesar, the series will be covering all things energy in the domestic setting from insulation to heat pumps to solar PV, to new innovations like heat batteries.
In the first episode Dan talks with energy efficiency expert Tim Pollard about the all important issue using less energy in the home by insulation.
“Insulation before Installation…”
Banc Organics is a Community Interest Company producing organic fruit and vegetables on a small farm near Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire.
They have recently had to move to a new location. This move, together with the impact of the pandemic, has left them behind from their anticipated growth plans.
Banc Organics are now seeking to raise £10,000 through Crowdfunder to allow them to get through their current period of financial difficulty and get back on track with their planned growth strategy.
The project is offering various rewards for different levels of donation.
The crowdfunding period runs until 27 August 2021.
The Green Cymru Challenge Fund is a partnership between Ffilm Cymru and Clwstwr. It is a new multidisciplinary innovation fund, which looks to advance solutions to key environmental challenges within the film industry in Wales.
The Green Cymru Challenge Fund will make available £75,000 in funding for individuals, organisations and collaborations across sectors – including media, academia, technology, transportation, energy, water and waste management – to research and develop new sustainable ways of working in film and TV.
After submitting an expression of interest, applicants will be invited to develop their ideas practically at Challenge Workshops, before completing a formal application. By November 2021, three successful teams will be awarded up to £25,000 each to develop and deliver their innovative projects.
Ffawydd Fach (Little Beech) £55,000
Cynwyl Elfed, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire. Just over 5 acres
Hilltop woodland of varied terrain with mixed broadleaf of mixed age, and dotted with stumpy beech trees.
Being sold by woodlands.co.uk…
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will be releasing a new report on the science of climate change on Monday 9 August 2021.
This will be the first global assessment on the science of global warming since 2013.
The report is likely to detail significant changes to the world’s oceans, ice caps and land in the coming decades.Read more