2020 - is there a need to reconvene?
It can be useful to the borough and the Council to have a forum support and enocouragement to the  when it does the right thing, and urge it to do even more. There are a lot of environment issues around the borough at the moment: new cycle lanes and opposition to them; development; maintenance of green spaces, grass verges, trees; air quality; action on last years' Climate Emergency Declaration; Seething Wells... ut, as we have found in the past, it is difficult to (a) get together and (b) arrive at a group view when the main interests of the member-groups are quite diverse and sometimes conflicting. If any of our member-groups would like to revive meetings and/or group projects and responses, do please get in touch. Otherwise, this website can remain as a resource and our Facebook page as a place to raise questions and concerns, and I can carry on maintaining them as KEF Coordinator, former Chair, Marilyn.

Read and subscribe to Kingston Environment News, the monthly e-newsletter of Transition Town Kingston and Kingston Environment Centre, for everyone interested in green events, activities and news around Kingston at https://us2.campaign-archive.com/home/?u=4da1f647e24d941f61f13281c&id=c8806ad842

Read an interesting report from WWF on eco-footprints in the UK.

Click on the links below for news and updates from KEF member-groups and others.  

You can also:

- read the Environment Trust blog at https://www.environmenttrust.org/blogs 

- sign up for Kingston Biodiversity Network updates at https://www.kingstonbiodiversitynetwork.org/  

- read the Berrylands Nature Reserve blog ayt https://berrylandsnaturereserve.org/blog/

- get Guardian Green Light for national and international green news

- subscribe to New Scientist's Fix the Planet newsletter


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