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Cardiff Council says:

Lisvane Primary took the spoils in the 10 Day Turn Down Competition of 2015. 25 Cardiff schools took part to see who could save the most electricity over a fortnight. GlanYrAfon took second and St Bernadettes took third. Lisvane saved a whopping 15%

6th July 2016
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Tim from Cardiff Council says:

The Eco Team at Cardiff High School have been creating scientific reports using the Carbon Culture website. The school installed a new LED lighting scheme in October 2015, they showed that electricity use in Nov / Dec had dropped by a massive 25%!

6th July 2016
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The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea says:

We have just published our new policy and action plan to jointly tackle air quality and climate change. To find out more- https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/AQCCAP

21st June 2016
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Cardiff Council says:

Lisvane Primary took the spoils in the 10 Day Turn Down Competition of 2015. 25 Cardiff schools took part to see who could save the most electricity over a fortnight. GlanYrAfon took second and St Bernadettes took third. Lisvane saved a whopping 15%

6th July 2016
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Tim from Cardiff Council says:

The Eco Team at Cardiff High School have been creating scientific reports using the Carbon Culture website. The school installed a new LED lighting scheme in October 2015, they showed that electricity use in Nov / Dec had dropped by a massive 25%!

6th July 2016
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The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea says:

We have just published our new policy and action plan to jointly tackle air quality and climate change. To find out more- https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/AQCCAP

21st June 2016
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GOSH Communications , Great Ormond Street Hospital has published a blog post: GOSH Tackles Air Quality Problems

The air quality on Great Ormond Street has been improved recently following a project to stop vehicle idling and to promote cleaner travel to the hospital.

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We Mean Business' announcement has been brewing a long time - fantastic to see it today in the FT - and making a splash all around New York Climate Week. http://www.wemeanbusinesscoalition.org/blog/turning-point

28th September 2015
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