Monthly Archives: January 2013

  • Canterbury’s Sustainable Transport Blueprint to be launched

    24th Jan 2013

    Watch this space. On February 14th 2013, Canterbury’s Sustainable Transport Blueprint, by the national expert Lynn Sloman, will be launched. Details of launch to be posted as soon as available. Just in time too with the imminent cancellation of the Westgate Pilot Transport Study in March. What many people appear to be oblivious to in Canterbury or are too selfish to care, is that Canterbury is choking under air pollution and to our shame, has one of the highest carbon footprints in England (almost 3 and a …

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  • Revolution Justified

    24th Jan 2013

    Revolution Justified is the book on climate change by Roger Cox. Once you have read this book there is no excuse for inaction. Cox, a Dutch lawyer, forces us to see what lays ahead if we do not act now to cut our addiction to oil consumption. He unveils the truth, fact after fact, oil drum by oil drum until even the most sloth like, the most unconcerned. the least committed, wakes up ready to kick start the revolution.Law is the revolutionary weapon. Only the law, argues Cox, can …

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  • Open Public Space Crisis in Canterbury

    10th Jan 2013

    The fight to save Kingsmead as public open space is fully supported by KECN. KECN has donated £600 to Save Kingsmead Fields to help finance a potential judicial review. The money was transferred to KECN from the PACE account. For those that remember, PACE was set up by some of the current KECN members back in 1997 to address the plans to unleash massive development on Grade 1 Land in Canterbury South.These threats are soon to reappear with greater force in the new Local Plan with …

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