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Cycle to Work Day

01 August 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Care Without Carbon sets out how we can reduce our carbon emissions as NHS organisations. One way is to drive less, so Cycle to Work Day on Thursday 5th August is perfect motivation to do just that!

Cycle to Work Day

National Marine Week

25 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Despite being called National Marine Week, it is actually a fortnight of celebrations to encourage us to think more about the water we can enjoy all around us. Water really is the stuff of life, and it is why preserving our water supplies and our marine environments is a key part of Care Without Carbon. 

National Marine Week

5 Green Newsletters for your inbox as part of 60 Days Green

19 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

60 Days Green is bursting with ways you can try something new to help reduce your carbon footprint and live a bit greener. Signing up for newsletters with tips and ideas is one way you can learn more...

5 Green Newsletters for your inbox as part of 60 Days Green

Zero Waste Life in 5 easy steps

15 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Zero waste living is possible as US blogger Mailyn reveals. Her five R's of zero waste are easy to follow for everyone....

Zero Waste Life in 5 easy steps

Read How bad are bananas? for 60 days Green

14 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Mike Berners Lee's classic book How Bad are Bananas is a great way to inform your choices to reduce your impact on the environment.

Read How bad are bananas? for 60 days Green

National Picnic Month

14 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

July is National Picnic Month, celebrating outside spaces that make us feel good. As part of our Care Without Carbon programme we’re keen to support everyone in making good use of green spaces.

National Picnic Month

Using green spaces for mental health recovery

12 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Claire Michie is a Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist with Sussex Partnership. She’s leading the way at Mill View in creating opportunities to bring patients closer to nature on their journey to recovery.

Using green spaces for mental health recovery

Using technology to help us manage our energy and water use

12 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust has invested in technology to help it better understand demand on energy and water use to tackle problems when use might spike and understand more about when it might drop and why.

Using technology to help us manage our energy and water use

Seasonal eating is good for you, your wallet and the environment

10 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Supermarkets might offer us all year round food choices but eating what is seasonally (and locally) available is so much better for us and often more affordable too...for 60 Days Green we invite you to home cook seasonally twice a week...

Seasonal eating is good for you, your wallet and the environment

Happy 10th Birthday Plastic Free July

07 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

This month the world celebrates Plastic Free July, a global movement to reduce plastic waste that millions get involved with every year.

Happy 10th Birthday Plastic Free July

Dropping the hair dryer for 60 Days Green

04 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

While looking after our locks might seem like an innocuous task, there is a hidden carbon footprint to hair care we can all help to reduce.

Dropping the hair dryer for 60 Days Green

Make a meeting virtual for 60 Days Green

30 June 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

The pandemic has seen us learn to work differently with more remote digital meetings and appointments, our new pledge is to encourage people to maintain these new ways of working as we move towards getting past the pandemic.

Make a meeting virtual for 60 Days Green

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