This event took place on Saturday 29th May 2021, the idea being to encourage the use of reusable cups. Organiser Anne Smart reported:Many people turned … Read more Photos from ACC’s “Zero-Waste Coffee Cup Event”
A talk given by local member and physicist, Guy Matthews, to Abingdon Carbon Cutters on 21st April 2021. Guy shares his family’s experience of replacing … Read more How Much Heat Did Our Heat Pump Pump?
Core Team member, Tom Draper-Rodi, came up with the inspiration of what was to become our “Bright Green Ideas Swap” evening, and what a success … Read more Four Videos from our Bright Green Ideas Swap evening of 17th March, 2021
Core Team member, Anne Smart, who leads our Abingdon Cuts Plastic working group, has made an A to Z of how to avoid single-use plastic (pdf) after … Read more A-Z of living Plastic Free
Here’s a copy of the excellent letter written by core team member John Killick, regarding the forthcoming COP26 conference, planned for November 2021 in Glasgow. … Read more Letter to Alok Sharma re COP26
Core Team member Anne Smart writes: “Gerry Tissier is an Oxfordshire resident with a background in biomedical sciences. She raises awareness of the environmental and … Read more The horrors of plastic pollution
Eco-Action News, March 2021 Talks: “Carbon Offsetting” by Luke Hatton, “The need for both Extinction Rebellion (XR) and Abingdon Carbon Cutters” by Michelle Charlesworth, Jenny … Read more ACC’s Eco-Action Newsletter, March 2021
On the 12th August 2020 the CEE Bill Alliance launched the campaign for the Climate and Ecological Emergency (CEE) bill. This is a Private Members’ … Read more We Support the CEE Bill!
There are some talks coming up at the Oxford Martin School that look interesting and relevant to Abingdon Carbon Cutters. They are all free and … Read more Talks at Oxford Martin School in February and March
“The Carbon Footprint of Money” by Emily Passmore, presented on 18th November, 2020. An environmental analysis of traditional and ethical spending, savings and investment. “Carbon … Read more Reports from ACC’s 2020 Interns