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Climate Action meeting: All welcome!

Hastings council declared a climate emergency earlier this year. The question is: what next? This will be discussed on Thursday 30 May at Jackson Place, Hastings Voluntary Action, hosted by Friends of the Earth. All welcome. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes.

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Save Our Solar

Here’s a message received from Friends of the Earth this morning, about the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change and our local MP, Amber Rudd’s plans to cut solar support. HOT’s Zelly Restorick passes on the message.

Posted 17:44 Tuesday, Oct 20, 2015 In: Energy Wise Tags: Amber Rudd Boris Johnson Friends of the Earth Greg Barker
Transition Town Hastings

Saving solar

Transition Town Hastings have circulated a request to sign a petition asking the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to urgently review the current approach to the solar feed-in tariff, which it plans to drastically cut.

Posted 13:00 Wednesday, Sep 23, 2015 In: Energy Wise Tags: Department of Energy and Climate Change Friends of the Earth Save our Solar solar feed tariff Transition Town Hastings

Local call to oppose new colonialisation of Africa

On Sunday 3 August campaigners from the Bexhill and Hastings World Development Movement (WDM) group will once again be active participants in St Leonards Gardens Festival, this time highlighting the government’s support for what they see as a new colonialisation of Africa. The group’s Christina Lucey reports.

Posted 20:31 Sunday, Jul 27, 2014 In: Campaigns Tags: Africa Barbara Echlin Benin Burkina Faso Cargill Christina Lucey colonialisation Cote d'Ivoire Denis Lucey Ethiopia Friends of the Earth Ghana La Via Campesina Malawi Monsanto Mozambique New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition Nigeria Oxfam Senegal Tanzania UN International Year of Family Farms Unilever War on Want
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Additional £13m needed for BHLR

ESCC are considering the approval of over £13m of public money to cover increased construction costs, construction risks and protester action, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick. In addition, Amber Rudd is calling for ESCC to commit to building the Baldslow link, joining Queensway to the A21, costing an estimated £30m.

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