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  • Wildlife Friendly Gardening for Wild About Gardens Week 2014

    I was going to blog this week about how my partner Stu and I are planning on applying for the Dorset Wildlife’s Trust’s Wildlife Friendly Garden Award Scheme,... Read more

    The 18 September 2014 by   Dorsetenergized
    ENVIRONMENT
  • Back to Balfron Tower

    I’m keeping my fingers crossed and hope I can get closure on something that has been painful to me for nearly 40 years My daughter alerted me to a web site and... Read more

    The 18 September 2014 by   Iangreen
    BUSINESS
  • 10 Landmarks You Didn't Know Used Solar Power

    1. Burj Khalifa Standing at a breathtaking 829.8m tall, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the largest building in the world and uses solar energy to help meet its... Read more

    The 17 September 2014 by   Ecoexperts
    ENVIRONMENT
  • Pumpkin Pie Spice Recipe

    Around this time of year the American side of the internet goes crazy for pumpkin pie spice anything.  Pumpkin pie spice isn’t readily available in the UK, and ... Read more

    The 16 September 2014 by   Moralfibres
    ENVIRONMENT, LIFESTYLE, FAMILY
  • Meat Free Monday – Climate Pledge Campaign

    The Meat Free Monday team including Sir Paul McCartney and his daughters Mary and Stella, are encouraging people to take the pledge to skip meat one day a... Read more

    The 15 September 2014 by   Dorsetenergized
    ENVIRONMENT
  • Community Energy Fortnight 13th – 28th September

    It’s great to see so much going on this month on the subject of energy – with the launch of our new monthly prize draw competition for Organic September and Zer... Read more

    The 13 September 2014 by   Dorsetenergized
    ENVIRONMENT
  • 9 Clever Clothes Shopping Tips

    Today I’ve got a really useful guest post from Jessica Berentson-Shaw, a New Zealander with a passion for ethical clothing and social justice. Read more

    The 12 September 2014 by   Moralfibres
    ENVIRONMENT, LIFESTYLE, FAMILY
  • Green Energy Will Be the Biggest Loser If Scotland Leaves UK

    The plight of renewable energy within the UK has not been an easy one. Despite clear targets for 20% more green energy by 2020, the issue of global climate... Read more

    The 11 September 2014 by   Ecoexperts
    ENVIRONMENT
  • Story from Sweden

    High on the Bjare peninsular near Barstad there is a famous tourist destination called Havers Hog below which the Halland Sas becomes the Kattegat Sea leading... Read more

    The 11 September 2014 by   Dorsetenergized
    ENVIRONMENT
  • Pymore, Bridport – Community Hydro Power Event

    Three weeks ago we described (here) how members of Dorset Energized had been invited to investigate the possibility of installing a small Hydro Power electricit... Read more

    The 10 September 2014 by   Dorsetenergized
    ENVIRONMENT

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