There is a dramatically increased risk of heatwaves, and corresponding risk to health, due to climate change, according tot he Met Office.
Find out more about protecting our hedgehogs and other local wildlife, and how proposed changes to marine legislation will make it easier to clean up our seas.
What does the Budget mean for the people of Cornwall, the vulnerable groups, and those we work with?
Cornwall Wildlife Trust has published a report showing the decline in wildlife in Cornwall, and hopes for improvements with the new Agriculture Bill, plus news from Surfers Against Sewage.
The UN’s Climate Change impact report has been published, discussing the effect a global temperature rise of half, or 1 degree could have on the earth.
GB Green Week, taking place next week, is a celebration of ‘clean growth’, and community action.
Making Space for Nature, a Cornwall Council project bringing life to neglected public spaces in towns across Cornwall.
Funding opportunities for health and wellbeing, financial literacy, the environment, disadvantaged communities, offender rehabilitation, railways, and hard-to-reach families.
Congratulations to Surfers Against Sewage, who were finalists in the Third Sector Excellence awards last week.
Cornwall Council’s #LitterlessCornwall campaign, to keep Cornwall beautiful.
Funding for World War One Commemoration (@Remembered2018), innovative solutions to the problem of litter, ESF Employer-led skills, and for older carers projects.
Timely message from the RNLI about water safety, looking to target young men, who are statistically far more likely to die in the water.
Funding steams against poverty, for wellbeing, and community spaces, to develop local skills and employability, for children affected by domestic abuse, and HIV prevention and support.
Funding for community schemes near landfill sites, women’s rights plus support and advice, improvements and development at sports clubs and for groups involved with youth social action #iwill fund.
Eco-friendly tips to help organisations and families reduce their single-use plastics, and other small things that make a big difference.
Workforce Development Fund for the care sector – funding for training courses available through CAHSC.
Quick catch-up on single use plastics, the microbeads ban, and the Harry-and-Meghan effect at Surfers Against Sewage.
Review of National Parks and AONBs launched by the Government.
#ActSwiftly campaign, from Cornwall Wildlife Trust, encouraging conservation-minded responses to the Government’s latest planning and farming consultations. Act now!
Congratulations to People and Gardens on 20 years of working with people with learning disabilities, growing and distributing veg, and learning life skills.