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Tag: sustainability

Festival of Thrift – Green Power Challenge

Festival of Thrift is inviting North East SME’s to take part in their £10K Green Power Challenge. A design sprint aimed at finding a solution to green power their site for this year’s festival of sustainability.

Timber! Innovating and growing a sustainable low-carbon economy


Listen to Paul Brannen’s inaugural lecture on timber, and how it’s use in the built environment can tackle carbon emissions in our goal to net zero.

Net Zero for 21 Humber Methodist Churches

Net Zero Churches - D3 Associates

d3associates talk to NEECCo about their net zero project with 21 Humber Methodist Churches and low carbon energy designs.

Decarbonising Community Led Buildings

D3 Associates Decarbonising Community led buildings

d3associates tell us how they are helping to decarbonise community led buildings to improved energy efficiency and work towards net zero.

Invest in our planet on Earth Day 2022

Earth Day 2022

Find out what is happening in the North East on Earth Day 2022 and how you can invest in our planet through climate action.

Ouseburn Climate Challenge Project

Ouseburn Climate Challenge Project

Learn more about Groundwork’s Ouseburn Climate Challenge Project which is working to improve water quality and engage with local communities.

A 10-Point Plan to Cut Oil Use

A 10 Point Plan to Cut Oil Use

IEA have published a 10 point plan proposing actions to ease the global oil demand by 2.7 million barrels

Heat pumps: How do they work and how do I get one?

Rishi Sunak’s Spring Statement will help homes become more energy efficient with incentives to install solar panels and heat pumps.

World Water Day 2022

22nd March is World Water Day and this year’s theme is Groundwater – making the invisible visible.

Gateshead businesses ‘Go Green’ by signing up for environmental and sustainability support services

The Greening the Economy of Gateshead initiative by Genee (Greening the Economy of the North East) offers local businesses and those within Gateshead Council’s supply chain access to free specialist support to help reduce their carbon footprint.