Written by Joanna Houseman Just before Christmas while I was visiting London I took the opportunity of doing a little field research for some upcoming exciting new Greener Tywyn projects.
– Written by Joanna Houseman Greener Tywyn Gwrydd volunteers recently had two busy sessions with an autumn tidy up of the forest garden at the high school.
Yesterday Gwynedd Council declared a Climate Emergency at the full council meeting in Caernarfon and pledged to do everything in its power to make the county carbon neutral by 2030. The motion, which passed unanimously, was proposed by Cllr. Catrin Wager and seconded by Cllr. Mike Stevens. During the discussion which preceded the vote, Steve […]
Greener Tywyn Gwyrdd is proud to announce that Tywyn has become the third town in Wales, and the first in Gwynedd county, to declare a climate emergency after Tywyn Town Council backed the decision unanimously on February 13th 2019. The town is following in the footsteps of nearly 300 local governments in the UK and […]
An Appeal to Tywyn Town Council for 13th February 2019 The Need Extreme weather events in the last few years have presented severe challenges to transport, agriculture and other services. Unless we act on climate, we collectively face the greatest threat to our local and global environment. According to October’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change […]
It seems like just yesterday that the original members of Greener Tywyn Gwyrdd got together to have an informal chat about the environment and the positive changes we hoped to inspire in our community. Like many stories, it started around the table with a good cup of tea. Each of us knew we wanted to […]