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Good news: Devon getting proactive!

The Devon Climate Emergency social media pages are full of positivity!

Welcome to the art of Furoshiki – zero waste and paperless way of wrapping gifts with beautiful fabrics instead of wrapping paper! No more worrying if it can be recycled and you can use any fabric you may have in the house or have a look in charity shops for sheets, scarves and table cloths  Recycle Devon The art of Furoshiki or how to wrap gifts with fabric – YouTube

Tis the season to shop and support local! If you’re looking to support local and independent sellers this Christmas, why not visit the Made in Devon Christmas gift page  Christmas gifts – Made in Devon

Today’s Net Zero Vision animation clip was created by the BAFTA and Emmy winning Ashley Potter and his team. The animation was developed through workshops and questionnaires to community groups in a range of locations as a way of identifying Net Zero activities and other features distinctive to each place.  Video | Facebook

Increasing our resilience to the impacts of climate change, such as flooding and drought, has the potential to also improve biodiversity. The @netzerovisions project believes that imagining what is possible can help communities achieve change. Here is ‘Song of the Riparian Zone’, from the poem ‘River Otter Beaver Trial’ by award winning poet Fiona Benson as part of the net zero visions project.  Video | Facebook

The Devon, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Climate Adaptation Strategy is now live!
A proactive approach to adapt to climate change will create a healthier, more resilient and prosperous society. Find out more on the Climate Response website Devon Climate Emergency @ 
The Devon, Cornwall and Isles of… – East Devon District Council

World leaders are at #COP28 climate summit, but what would addressing climate change mean for your community? The @netzerovisions project believes that imagining what is possible can help communities achieve change. Here is Emily Packham’s (aged 14) vision for Tiverton.  World leaders are at #COP28 climate… – Devon Climate Emergency | Facebook