New report on a framework for climate and just transaction at work

Barry White

The Greener Jobs Alliance (GJA) is an organisation of trade unions, student organisations, campaigning groups and a policy think tank. It campaigns around the issue of jobs and the skills needed to transition to a low-carbon economy. The founding members of the GJA are the University and College Union (UCU), Trades Union Congress (TUC), Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, National Union of Students (NUS), People & Planet, and the Institute of Public Policy Research.

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Everything you need to know about the COP26 climate conference

Greenpeace

As climate change continues to worsen with more and more heatwaves, fires and floods, Greenpeace asks what are world leaders looking to achieve at the COP26 in November this year?

This November, the UK will host world leaders in Glasgow at the 26th UN Climate Summit – also known as COP26. This is one of the biggest global meetings dedicated to tackling the climate crisis. But what is it all about? Let’s unpack it!

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Let’s Thrive

Melanie Fryer

Thrive is the new community food magazine for Lancaster and North Lancashire. We have tried to cover a range of topics with many contributions including community projects, avoiding waste, regenerative farming, recipes, tales from the past, foraging, helping bees, buying local, seasonal flowers/food and much more. There is also information on Lancaster District Food Poverty Alliance action plan. All this work is part of the Foodfutures’ vision of ‘A thriving local food system that is healthy, resilient and fair’.

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Join the COP26 campaign and hold the government to account

By 38 Degrees

Climate change can feel overwhelming – especially when we see headlines about another heat wave or experience extreme weather events ourselves. And sometimes it can feel like too big an issue us to tackle. But there is hope. It’s not too late to prevent its worst effects. And we can make a difference, both locally and nationally – especially in advance of the crucial COP26 climate summit in November, which the UK is hosting.

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