Sharon Watson has been advocating for seasonal, locally and organic food. Supporting people with recipes and cooking, reducing food waste, and working with local farmers and producers.
Read about Art Gene and their immersive summer school designed to help families in Barrow-in-Furness, aiming to raise awareness about the climate and biodiversity crisis.
Read how one school in Cumbria have made long-lasting and impactful changes that will make a difference to the school’s carbon footprint and support the learning of the pupils.
Read about Shed One Distillery in Ulverston – their business practices and the innovations they have made to embed sustainability in their ethos.
Read about Heron Hill school and how they have worked to develop biodiversity in their grounds.
What does it mean to be a Climate Champion – and what have our current Climate Champions got up to?
Owen, from Carlisle, owns a coffee van and has focused his business on renewable energy and minimizing the impact it has on the environment.
Val, from Penrith, decided to reduce the carbon footprint of the food she bought. Discover how she achieved this by buying locally produced food.
Beren, from Kendal, wanted to save money on petrol but couldn’t afford to buy a brand new electric vehicle. Find out how he did it.
Communities across Cumbria have installed facilities to generate their own renewable energy and benefit local people.