Churches act on climate change

Barry White

Churches in our area are coming together this month to highlight and speak up about climate change in advance of CPO26 in Glasgow between 1 and 12 November. The summit will bring parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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Electric Car ownership – Why we love our electric cars

Robert Bellfield

There may be many people in Settle and Giggleswick considering the option of purchasing or leasing an electric car. This article shares the experiences of two electric car owners in the area.

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Talking with Friends of the Dales about climate breakdown

Richard Boothman

ACE is dedicated to making sure our corner of the Yorkshire Dales is able to avoid some of the worst excesses of climate breakdown.  With this in mind, we were pleased when Richard Boothman, a member of our steering group was invited to talk to the policy committee of Friends of the Dales https://www.friendsofthedales.org.uk/ about climate breakdown.

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Climate change widespread, rapid, and intensifying, says report

Barry White

As hundreds flee their homes from devastating fires in Greece, Turkey, Siberia and northern California, the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)  hard hitting report on the science of climate change makes it absolutely clear that the climate emergency is not a problem of the future, it’s here and now and affecting every region in the world.

Published on 9 August, the report Climate Change 2021 The Physical Science Basis sets out the strongest statement yet from the UN group on the science of climate change and warns that sea level rises and other climate changes are irreversible.

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