We all realise there is much valuable and interesting information on the web, but how do we find it?
On this page we are sharing other websites and blogs that we have found of interest and we thought you might like to read. We are not including sites that we see as purely commercial sites. If you find a blog or website that you think might be of value to the wider community please feel free to email it to email@example.com.
We are sharing these sites as we feel that they contain items of interest however, we do not necessarily endorse all the thinking of the authors.
The list is short currently, however, we will be adding to it on a regular basis so do pop back and see if there is something new soon.
Marches Energy Agency have carried out a Carbon Emissions analysis for Buxton. The full report can be found here. The analysis looks at the whole community and by Ward, each Ward having it’s own appendix.
Buxton Rotary have taken a role supporting the Environment, they have written an excellent summary that can be found here.
Neil Kitching’s Carbon Choices blog http://www.carbonchoices.uk/index.php/blog. Neil is the author of the book ‘Carbon Choices’ in which he discussed with us at our Mini-seminar in September 2021. You can watch the recorded Mini-seminar here. Neil’s latest blog entry, on his experience living with a heat pump is here
Neil Kitching has produced new article on his excellent Carbon Choices blog that links together a number of the themes and is a great jumping off point for the rest of his blog. Click here to see it.
Zero Carbon Dorset have produced a vision report (over 200 pages) which shows their vision for a Zero Carbon Dorset by 2030 and the current status. This linked linked page gives access to the full report.
Himalyan Balsam is a pernicious foreign invader. Our friends at Sustainable Hayfield have written a short article about it, and how to deal with it. See the article here.
Last updated 27/1/2023