- Posted on August 31st, 2017
Getting to Grips with Clean Energy
Did you know that electricity use is one of the biggest sources of carbon dioxide emissions globally and in the UK?
Decarbonising electricity is a key measure for the UK to reach its target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% by 2050. You can help hitting this target by investing in renewables, either through on-site technology or driving demand through procurement. Most electricity suppliers in the UK offer ‘green’ tariff electricity. But care should be taken when choosing a green electricity tariff, as some suppliers make unverified claims about where their electricity comes from and the environmental benefits.
If you are feeling tested by tariffs – don’t worry, this Julie’s Bicycle webinar will help you navigate and make sense of your energy options. We discuss clean energy sourcing with Good Energy, the UK’s first dedicated 100% renewable electricity supplier, and look at how to ensure you are getting a genuinely clean and green tariff.
If you are in a position to go even further and invest in on-site generation, we present a whole range of clean energy options, helping you understand the considerations, opportunities and challenges. The webinar content covers related topics like joint procurement, funding and investing, community energy and roof leasing.
“Julie’s Bicycle has partnered with Good Energy, the 100% renewable electricity supplier, to help turn individual action into collective change. We are really proud to be working with Good Energy who are sponsoring our events programme and have funded new development on the IG Tools which recognise renewable energy analysis and impact.”
Julie’s Bicycle at COP 28
This year we are proud to be co-curating the Resilience Hub’s Arts, Culture, Antiquities and Heritage events at COP 28.
Culture at the Heart of Climate Action
Join a global call to the UNFCCC to include cultural heritage, the arts and creative sectors in climate policy at COP
Reflections – How Can Cultural Organisations Adapt to Climate Change?
In this blog, Arts Council England Environmental Programme team members, Hannah Graham, Becky Hazlewood and Vicky Sword-Daniels explain ‘Adaptation’ for those less familiar with the term, and share some insights from the cultural organisations and participants that joined the session.