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The Ocean Symposium 2018 and Marine Exhibition

Ocean Symposium 2018 and Marine Exhibition

Your ocean needs YOU!

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Do you speak seagull?

I am so happy to post this article by Alex Lockwood, writes Zelly Restorick. When I read his words, submitted to HOT by Transition Town Hastings, I felt immediate rapport and resonance – and that warm reassuring feeling that emerges when we know we are not alone in our way of seeing the world.

A clutch of candidates: from right, Amber Rudd, Nick Perry, Nicholas Wilson, Bishop Richard Jackson (the exception), Michael Phillips and Peter Chowney.

No great surprises at Hastings hustings

Tuesday night’s hustings at the Hastings Centre was the last chance to catch all five parliamentary candidates in one place, and probably their last chance to impress a large live audience with their proposals. Nick Terdre sampled the atmosphere and the pronouncements.

Residents protest solar industry job cuts

Loss of solar industry jobs

At a recent Jobs Fair, organised by Amber Rudd, Hastings and Rye MP and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change was challenged by local residents about the loss of solar industry jobs, due to the cuts made by her government department. Zelly Restorick writes.

Don't Frack With Sussex activist with Jeremy Corbyn

Don’t Frack With Sussex meet Corbyn

Hastings artist-activists, Don’t Frack With Sussex, protest energy minister’s short-sighted energy policy at London’s Climate March. Here’s their report of their day, including some time spent with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

The SEGS CSP plant in California (photo: US Land Management Bureau).

A well-kept secret: the alternative solar energy technology

With the UN Climate Talks taking place in Paris and our attention on the future and energy production, sustainable alternatives are much needed. Rachel Lever writes about one development that offers an innovative energy-wise solution.

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The People’s March

HOT’s Zelly Restorick attended The People’s March in London on Sunday – and would like to share her photographic record of the event with you. An estimated 50,000 people marched, along with thousands of others around the world. Will our collective non-violent action make a difference to the outcomes of the Paris Climate Change talks? After decades of debate, will this be a turning point for humanity – and all the other residents of planet earth?

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A message from Paris

A few days ago, Jeremy Leggett, ex pupil of William Parker School, climate change activist and carbon awareness raiser, gave a talk at The Observer Building. Here he sends a message from the Climate Summit in Paris.

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