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Camcycle in call to discuss IPCC ‘code red for humanity’ report

Camcycle in call to discuss IPCC ‘code red for humanity’ report

Camcycle in call to discuss IPCC ‘code red for humanity’ report

07 April 2022

Cycling organisation wants you to get involved in shift to start reducing emissions by 2025

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Shire horse used to harrow Stourbridge Common in Cambridge

Shire horse used to harrow Stourbridge Common in Cambridge

Shire horse used to harrow Stourbridge Common in Cambridge

06 April 2022

Captain Jack provided an environmentally-friendly approach to managing the grassland.


First residents due to be connected to £12m Swaffham Prior community heating network in June

First residents due to be connected to £12m Swaffham Prior community heating network in June

First residents due to be connected to £12m Swaffham Prior community heating network in June

06 April 2022

Residents have had their first look inside the energy centre.


Tread Lightly: How to create a successful garden pond

Tread Lightly: How to create a successful garden pond

Tread Lightly: How to create a successful garden pond

05 April 2022

Allie Birley discusses how to create a happy, hoppy place.


Fossil Free Research campaign backed by Cambridge academics and Nobel Prize winners

Fossil Free Research campaign backed by Cambridge academics and Nobel Prize winners

Fossil Free Research campaign backed by Cambridge academics and Nobel Prize winners

04 April 2022

They argue powerfully against partnering with the fossil fuel industry.


Row over £150,000 River Cam public art intensifies

Row over £150,000 River Cam public art intensifies

Row over £150,000 River Cam public art intensifies

01 April 2022

‘A golden sculpture in affluent Cambridge area: How does that help?’


‘So much has changed – but CSET busway plans haven’t’

‘So much has changed – but CSET busway plans haven’t’

‘So much has changed – but CSET busway plans haven’t’

01 April 2022

A council says it is becoming “increasingly concerned” that the CSET busway plans have become “polarised along party political lines”.


Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

31 March 2022

Clare Shine, CEO and director at CISL said in a speech that he has always put “people and their needs at the very heart of design”.


Prince Charles visits University of Cambridge to hear about its work on sustainability

Prince Charles visits University of Cambridge to hear about its work on sustainability

Prince Charles visits University of Cambridge to hear about its work on sustainability

31 March 2022

The Prince of Wales visited CISL’s HQ, called Entopia, the Whittle Laboratory and King’s College.

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Hundreds of toads rescued on Chisholm Trail in Cambridge

Hundreds of toads rescued on Chisholm Trail in Cambridge

Hundreds of toads rescued on Chisholm Trail in Cambridge

31 March 2022

Volunteers have been out every night saving toads who are being flattened by bikes on a new cycle path that crosses their migration route.

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No funding for car free zones at schools in Cambridgeshire despite positive trials

No funding for car free zones at schools in Cambridgeshire despite positive trials

No funding for car free zones at schools in Cambridgeshire despite positive trials

30 March 2022

A trial banning cars from outside schools has been found to improve safety for children – but permanent plans cannot be made due to a lack of funding.

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Abandoning OxCam Arc ‘will cost our economy £50bn by 2030’

Abandoning OxCam Arc ‘will cost our economy £50bn by 2030’

Abandoning OxCam Arc ‘will cost our economy £50bn by 2030’

29 March 2022

A major report, from Bidwells and Blackstock Consulting, argues the government risks stifling innovation.

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The butterflies of Cambridgeshire: past, present and future

The butterflies of Cambridgeshire: past, present and future

The butterflies of Cambridgeshire: past, present and future

29 March 2022

Caroline Fitton, of the Wildlife Trust in Cambridgeshire, explains efforts to conserve butterflies as a new exhibition begins.


‘Show us the case for East West Rail – or get on and cancel it’

‘Show us the case for East West Rail – or get on and cancel it’

‘Show us the case for East West Rail – or get on and cancel it’

28 March 2022

A letter signed by almost 70 representatives has been sent to transport secretary Grant Shapps.

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‘Deeply unpopular’ golden River Cam sculpture could cost £150,000

‘Deeply unpopular’ golden River Cam sculpture could cost £150,000

‘Deeply unpopular’ golden River Cam sculpture could cost £150,000

24 March 2022

Cambridge city Green councillors have called for the decision to be delayed and say the money could be better spent on providing a riverside pathway.

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Hydrogen heating isn’t a viable climate crisis solution, says Cambridge innovation specialist

Hydrogen heating isn’t a viable climate crisis solution, says Cambridge innovation specialist

Hydrogen heating isn’t a viable climate crisis solution, says Cambridge innovation specialist

19 March 2022

Nathan Wrench considers the future of energy – without ‘bait and switch’ detours


Chris Packham joins effort to save water voles in Cambridge amid riverbank proposals

Chris Packham joins effort to save water voles in Cambridge amid riverbank proposals

Chris Packham joins effort to save water voles in Cambridge amid riverbank proposals

18 March 2022

The naturalist and TV presenter responded amid concerns over a city council project on a riverbank.

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94 per cent of new trees planted for A14 upgrade perished

94 per cent of new trees planted for A14 upgrade perished

94 per cent of new trees planted for A14 upgrade perished

18 March 2022

The figure was revealed at a meeting of Cambridgeshire County Council.

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Three people charged following Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protest at Schlumberger

Three people charged following Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protest at Schlumberger

Three people charged following Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protest at Schlumberger

16 March 2022

They are due in court in April.


Multiple arrests as XR’s Schlumberger blockade is taken down

Multiple arrests as XR’s Schlumberger blockade is taken down

Multiple arrests as XR’s Schlumberger blockade is taken down

15 March 2022

Climate protest ends on second day in hours-long operation to remove locked-on protesters


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