The 33ft (10m) body of a minke whale which was washed up on a beach at Cold Knap, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan is going to be converted into bone meal, which will be used to fuel local power stations.
The event takes place in a bog on the outskirts of Llanwrtyd Wells, 11am start. Entry fee £15
Councillors will decide tonight whether to agree to plans for a controversial wood-fuelled renewable energy plant at Woodham Road on Barry dock.
Soil Association Organic Farm School 3 – 10 October 2009 Positive Energy2: Building Bioregional Resilience, Findhorn Foundation £525 – £805 For more information telephone Jonathan Dawson on 01309 691439 or visit their website at www.findhorn.org/positiveenergy2
The British Wind and Energy Association (BWEA) has sent a warning to Wales over it’s lack of progress on renewable energy targets and the development of wind farms approvals in Wales.
A market situation report this week from the EU Commission in Brussels has concluded that supermarkets are failing to pass on recent falls in dairy product prices to their customers and therefore delaying possible recovery in the dairy sector. According to their report “The pronounced fall in the prices of milk and dairy commodities since […]
Wales needs more native trees! Coed Cadw (the Woodland Trust) have set up an e-Petition on the National Assembly website. They welcome the Forestry Commission Wales target to create 1,500 hectares of new woodland over the next three years and call on the National Assembly for Wales to urge the Welsh Government and the Forestry […]