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Sustaining Dunbar is looking to find a Local Food Project Worker to support households, schools and groups in the Dunbar District. The deadline for submitting a letter of interest and CV regarding this contract is by 5pm Friday 11 May to the attention of Sustaining Dunbar Local Food Project, 16 West Port, Dunbar EH42 1BU.  For more information please call 01368 866 920 or email

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Just a quick email to let you know that our next meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday the 15th May at 7pm, venue to be confirmed.

Agenda to follow but we will be looking at the draft constitution and forming a legal entity.

Hope to see you there
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Investment in renewables has overtaken investment in fossil fuel energy for the first time.

Renewable Energy Milestone - Renewable Investment Tops Fossil Fuels for First Time | Beyond Zero Emi
The journey to a 100 percent renewable energy economy reached a major milestone as investment in renewables has overtaken investment in fossil fuel energy for the first time. A new report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance demonstrates that a massive $187 billion was invested in wind, solar, and bioma...
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This is brilliant. This map will give you good understanding of how climate change affects us all, wherever we live.

The carbon map: making sense of climate change responsibility and vulnerability
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Inspiration for our own Incredibly Edible project.

British town grows all of its own vegetables
When the small British mill town of Todmorden, tucked in between Yorkshire and Lancashire, first began installing fruit and vegetable gardens all around the area as part of the Incredible Edible program, it likely had no idea that the novel, yet simple, concept would make the town a foremost inspira...
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Sceptics of UK's renewable energy programme should take a hard look at these energy source maps. Coal from South America ... that's just stupid.

Where the UK's electricity comes from - maps | Good Energy
Our research has found that the majority of fuel used to generate electricity in the UK is imported from a wide variety of countries across the globe. According to our figures, the UK relies on fuel from almost 40 countries across the globe for fuel to produce electricity, with only 43% of fuel com...