Blogs on environmental issues affecting Lyme Regis, including regular contributions from Turn Lyme Green and Plastic Free Lyme Regis. To view more comment and opinion pieces, visit our Blogs section.
YOU may have read previous articles here about the terrible state of our bathing waters in Lyme (and the UK generally), caused by routine dumping of millions of tonnes of raw sewage into our seas and rivers by the water companies, whose primary objective should be to clean up and process our sewage! […]
TO address the environmental crisis, to keep global warming within 1.5C, to safeguard millions of lives in this and future generations, we need to green investment – improving energy efficiency, replacing fossil fuels with renewables, providing cleaner transport alternatives. […]
THE COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous effect on all of our normal daily lives. As Lyme Regis reawakens following two months of lockdown, I thought it might be worthwhile to review a couple of initiatives from Surfers Against Sewage and Litter Free Coast and Sea that have been running during the lockdown period. […]
TWO representatives from Turn Lyme Green’s Plastic Free Lyme Regis were invited to attend the world’s first Plastic Free Awards held by marine conservation charity Surfers Against Sewage and the Iceland Foods Charitable Foundation. […]
CONTINUING our series of interviews looking at businesses and organisations around Lyme Regis that are planning to become single-use plastic free, Karen Durham-Diggins of Plastic Free Lyme Regis speaks to Nicky Taylor, co-owner of the Penny Black Café in Broad Street. […]