This week, we swap you low-carbon travel tips from Copenhagen to Spain and tips on how to make the most of your new solar roof for your questions about making old buildings more efficient.
This week: 240 new solar panels in Brighton, a chance to join the Dutch and UK campaign teams and greenhouse gas reporting insights from Chile and the UK
This week: a big yay for voluntary emissions reporting, a sad nay for lighter evenings in the UK, plus a carbon cutting guide in Spanish and a chance to join the UK team!
This week we've got free energy meters up for grabs from the Dutch team, travel tips from Denmark and Remade news from Edinburgh and blogger Carrie.
The project has been running free weekly repair sessions for textiles, laptops and furniture, and recently inspired us to run a worldwide Remade campaign of our own.
Remade in Edinburgh started as part of south Edinburgh’s Transition group, but now (partly thanks to the support of the 10:10 community) it’s strong enough to set up as a standalone organisation.
They’re holding a special event this Saturday (9 June) to celebrate everything that’s happened so far, and launch the next phase of the project. And you’re invited!
This week, we've got some salad and cookie related news for you, welcome a new 10:10 pioneer on board and share reports from the Netherlands and Germany's latest 10:10 presentations at conferences.
This week, we have our sights fixed on the next Private Members Bill ballot in the UK, kick off the summer of savings in Denmark and find out how Deloitte in the Netherlands works to decrease their carbon footprint.
Remade Month, our take on an idea developed in Brixton and Edinburgh, focused on sharing tips and resources around the 10:10 community to make our favourite things last longer, saving the extra cash and carbon that comes with having to replace things as soon as they go wrong.
But don't worry if you missed anything first time round – we've put together a quick roundup of the best bits from Remade Month. Here goes...