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Sir David Attenborough documentary, Climate Change - The Facts

After one of the hottest years on record, Sir David Attenborough looks at the science of climate change and potential solutions to this global threat.

Interviews with some of the world’s leading climate scientists explore recent extreme weather conditions such as unprecedented storms and catastrophic wildfires.

They also reveal what dangerous levels of climate change could mean for both human populations and the natural world in the future.

Click here to watch the documentary on BBC iPlayer and is available for 30 days.

Havant FoE Talk, 27th March at 7pm with Maureen Thompson from international charity CAFOD

Havant Friends of the Earth will hosting a talk by Maureen Thompson from International Charity CAFOD, who will share her impressions of attending the UN climate change conference in December 2018 which was held in Poland.

This is the conference that warned the world it has 12 years to change its direction to avoid the worst effects of global climate change.

The meeting is open to non FoE members.

Date:
27th March 2019

Start Time:
7pm

Location:
The Wheelwright’s Arms
27 Emsworth Road
Havant
PO9 2SN

Havant campaigners hit out at ‘gobbledegook’ consultation for borough’s 10,000-home local plan

Published in the Portsmouth News on the 5th March 2019
Story by Byron Melton

CAMPAIGNERS say a consultation form for a council’s local plan is so user-unfriendly it is leaving swathes of people with valuable views ‘disenfranchised’. 

Residents have until 5pm on Monday, March 18 to have their say on the soundness of Havant Borough Council’s 10,000-home local plan before it is sent off to government. 

But activists and residents’ association bosses have branded the authority’s 13-step reply form ‘extremely frustrating’ – fearing it could put people off replying at all.

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