Tuesday, 28 February 2012
Prashant Vaze who wrote the book "The Economical Environmentalist" is coming to Wood Green library tomorrow Wednesday 29 February to talk about the real costs of taking action to reduce your carbon footprint. The book is written in chatty style and Prashant is realistic about how much an individual can do - but if we ALL do something, we can achieve a lot. If people want to discuss the talk after the formal meeting finishes we plan to move to Spouter's Corner, the Wetherspoon pub up towards Wood Green tube station. This should make for an informative and amusing evening. It also supports the campaign that the Council are running to raise awareness of how lifestyles affect carbon emissions, with a view to reducing emissions in the Borough by 40% (from 2009 levels) by 2020.
Thursday, 16 February 2012
Wednesday, 15 February 2012
The Sustainable Haringey Network and HarringayOnline has organised a meeting for people to hear about how to save energy and save money by insulating their homes, joining a low carbon buyers group and tracking their energy use. A local pv solar panel installer will also be there. Come along to St Paul's Church Centre, Cavendish Road, N4 1RT between 6.30 and 8.30pm on Thursday 16th February. All Welcome
Posted by Pamela Harling Labels: energy saving
Friday, 10 February 2012
Hope you're coming along to the Seed Swap this Sunday:Tottenham Chances, 399 High Rd N17 6QN11am: Growing in Haringey AGM 12.30 Networking lunch -- food to share appreciated (we are making hot soup) 2-5pm: SEED SWAP If you're involved in a community gardening or sustainable food project, we'd welcome you bringing along pictures and information about your project for display.
Hornsey Pensioners Action Group (serving pensioners within reach of the old borough of Hornsey)
Wednesday February 15th 2012
arrive any time after 1.30pm
for prompt start at 2pm
11 Alexandra Park Road, N10 2DB
How Can We Tackle Pensioners’ Fuel Poverty?
Speakers from :
Greenpeace Climate campaign: Lawrence Carter
Haringey ‘s Keep Warm and Healthy” campaign : John Mathers and Rosemarie King
Contacts: Ann Anderson 0208340 8335 Celia Bower 020 8883 6727 & Janet Shapiro 020 8883 9571 or 07804936139
 Hilldene Court is a block of sheltered housing flats at the junction with Muswell Avenue on Alexandra Park Road- near the junction with Colney Hatch Lane. The 102 & 299 eastward bus stop is just outside the entrance. There are 134 and 43 bus stops on both sides of Colney Hatch Lane near the junction. Find us in the lounge on the first floor; a lift is available. Please arrive between 1.45 and 2pm- but if you arrive late look out for lounge bell-push.