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Former Green Party national leader Caroline Lucas launches European elections campaign in Cambridge

Former Green Party national leader Caroline Lucas launches European elections campaign in Cambridge

Former Green Party national leader Caroline Lucas launches European elections campaign in Cambridge

16 May 2019

The MP credited climate protests with causing a ‘green surge’ in the recent local elections


Extinction Rebellion stages pump protest at BP station

Extinction Rebellion stages pump protest at BP station

Extinction Rebellion stages pump protest at BP station

16 May 2019

Momentum grows as XR and Cambridge Schools Eco-Council meet to discuss climate action with city council


Pollution fears bring Newmarket Road residents out on streets

Pollution fears bring Newmarket Road residents out on streets

Pollution fears bring Newmarket Road residents out on streets

16 May 2019

Locals challenge council to come up with overall vision before any further development


Public can have their say on Park Street car park redevelopment

Public can have their say on Park Street car park redevelopment

Public can have their say on Park Street car park redevelopment

16 May 2019

Plans for new aparthotel and underground car park on show at Guildhall


Mary Beard: Cambridge train station bike park is ‘scary and seedy at night’

Mary Beard: Cambridge train station bike park is ‘scary and seedy at night’

Mary Beard: Cambridge train station bike park is ‘scary and seedy at night’

15 May 2019

The Cambridge Classics professor has written about bike troubles at the station and why she resorts to taking a cab

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Cambridge headteachers asked to trial car-free zones around primary schools

Cambridge headteachers asked to trial car-free zones around primary schools

Cambridge headteachers asked to trial car-free zones around primary schools

13 May 2019

The aim is to reduce air pollution, which can be particularly harmful for children


Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

11 May 2019

The first ever property owned by the National Trust celebrated its anniversary with a weekend of wildlife fun


Cambridge Organic Food company is charging ahead

Cambridge Organic Food company is charging ahead

Cambridge Organic Food company is charging ahead

10 May 2019

Electric transport for veg boxes and local produce deliveries


Zero Waste Retail hackathon aims to solve plastic crisis

Zero Waste Retail hackathon aims to solve plastic crisis

Zero Waste Retail hackathon aims to solve plastic crisis

02 May 2019

First-ever such event looks at customer experience for a new era of retailing


Marmalade Lane - Cambridge's first cohousing project - is a triumph

Marmalade Lane - Cambridge's first cohousing project - is a triumph

Marmalade Lane - Cambridge's first cohousing project - is a triumph

02 May 2019

The scheme is one of the biggest of its kind in the UK

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Extinction Rebellion protests US EPA head at Cambridge Union

Extinction Rebellion protests US EPA head at Cambridge Union

Extinction Rebellion protests US EPA head at Cambridge Union

02 May 2019

Pro-coal Trump appointment's talk takes place during demonstrations inside and outside the chamber


Cambridgeshire drivers to benefit from extra road improvement funding

Cambridgeshire drivers to benefit from extra road improvement funding

Cambridgeshire drivers to benefit from extra road improvement funding

25 April 2019

Government providing an additional £2.5m cash for region's roads


Pavement parkers kept at bay with flower power

Pavement parkers kept at bay with flower power

Pavement parkers kept at bay with flower power

24 April 2019

The city council has been experimenting with sowing wildflowers along verges and on green spaces next to pavements to ward off drivers


Incinerator could heat new town

Incinerator could heat new town

Incinerator could heat new town

18 April 2019

Developers of a new town say they would consider heating homes with energy from a waste incinerator - if it wins a planning appeal


Pilot phase for city's new food hub project gets underway

Pilot phase for city's new food hub project gets underway

Pilot phase for city's new food hub project gets underway

13 April 2019

The hub will provide services that enable members of the local food eco-system to trade directly with one another


Cambridge school strike protestors flood King's Parade

Cambridge school strike protestors flood King's Parade

Cambridge school strike protestors flood King's Parade

12 April 2019

'Die-in' as school-age campaigners organise disruption - and education - on international day of action

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Stay away from Cambridge's Burnside lakes, warns developer

Stay away from Cambridge's Burnside lakes, warns developer

Stay away from Cambridge's Burnside lakes, warns developer

05 April 2019

The site of new nature reserve and park is still being plagued by anti-social behaviour and trespassers who are putting their safety at risk.


CoFarm agri-vision gets first public airing

CoFarm agri-vision gets first public airing

CoFarm agri-vision gets first public airing

05 April 2019

147 people attend consultation day for in-town food growing project


David Attenborough's surprise Q&A inspires students in Cambridge

David Attenborough's surprise Q&A inspires students in Cambridge

David Attenborough's surprise Q&A inspires students in Cambridge

05 April 2019

Sir David answered questions on conservation issues at international event hosted by Department of Zoology

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Community farm planned for Cambridge field

Community farm planned for Cambridge field

Community farm planned for Cambridge field

29 March 2019

Residents invited to give their views at drop-in meeting


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