This week, we're all about getting ready for 10 October - from kicking off the People's Project in the UK to installing a giant electricity meter in Amsterdam, the excitement is palpable.
This week, we announced our Pitch, Pledge, party finalists and launched the Solar Schools pilot in the UK, hosted a business breakfast in France and learnt all about planting from the team in Chile.
This week, 10:10 Netherlands shared a bunch of new resources for 10 October including a cheeky little video, 10:10ers in Bangladesh are invited to submit their pictures for a photo competition and the Solar Schools team in the UK is getting ready to launch the pilot programme next week.
This week, we're introducing a carbon tool for all of you 10:10ers in the Netherlands, celebrating French sign up Ricard's carbon cutting success and continuing to lobby the government for a carbon reporting system for companies in the UK.
This week, 10:10 UK offers tips and tricks for renewable heating and solar panels, the Chilean team are repairing instead of replacing and the UK follows in France's footsteps, saving carbon while travelling.
A couple of weeks after our call-out for applications for our 10 October Pitch Pledge Party event at the Guardian, we've got some exciting news and updates to share.
This week, 10:10 Denmark share loads of back-to-school carbon cutting tips, Pitch Pledge Party applications roll in, and the Brighton & Hove team feature 10:10 stories from local residents, schools and businesses cut their carbon.
This week, 10:10 UK unveiled the Pitch Pledge Party funding event, 10:10 Denmark got medical conference attendees thinking about their footprint and Microsoft in the Netherlands had a fab idea how to cut carbon over the holiday period.
In the UK, we kicked off the countdown to Pitch Pledge Party, a new experiment designed to bring 10:10ers and donors together to turn your carbon-cutting ideas into reality. We're inviting 10:10ers from around the country to send in their project ideas, three of which will be invited to pitch to a roomful of donors for £3-5k. More details here.
This week, 10:10 Germany's Katie shares a carbon-cutting secret or two, 10:10 UK introduce their latest bright idea, the Solar Schools project, and Hanna Thomas kicks off a monthly 10:10 guest blog series by questioning the definition of a "green job".