New chairman for Turn Lyme Green

turn lyme greenAFTER four years in the role, Jo Smith Oliver has handed over the chairmanship of Turn Lyme Green (TLG) to Laura Noel.

Laura has always been a TLG supporter, and has long family associations with Lyme Regis, and has lived here for 20 years.

Keen on a ‘green’ agenda, Laura believes that each of us can make a difference by focussing on our own carbon footprint.

She has worked on making personal changes on “how I live, eat, shop and travel”.

Laura adds: “It might be difficult to change the world, but we all have the possibility to change ourselves and collectively that effort would make a huge impact.”

Laura also believes that politicians need to play a key role in leading change.

“Lobbying them is important to encourage them to have the guts to do the right thing on climate change and biodiversity,” she said.

“I am so impressed by the energy and multiple skillsets of TLG activists and supporters, and I look forward to being a member of the team.”

TLG is glad they’re not losing Jo Smith Oliver, she will continue her involvement and is launching a new initiative of nature and tree walks here in Lyme Regis.

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