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Does organic food cost me more?

...on. The costs of environmental regulation and clean-up associated with agro-chemicals Agro-chemicals (fertilizers, pesticides etc.) are used to grow most non-organic food. Misuse and accidents result in pollution incidents. The regulation of chemical use, prosecutions for gross misuse and clean-up operations cost taxpayers more money. Non-organic supermarket food costs us because we have to pay for regulation and enfo...

Want to be part of Scotland’s first ever online election debate on climate change?

...e event will be broadcast over the internet starting at 7.30pm. Tune in online to watch the debate and post your questions by email, Facebook or Twitter, for party spokespeople to answer live. Your involvement will help ensure our future politicians understand just how important tackling climate change is to the people of Scotland. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to make a big difference. Register your interest and ask your questio...

A community building conflict resolution group?

...entially divisive issues or we not engage in them at all. But how can we best engage constructively and non-divisively in contentious community issues? I am heading to Kenya to work with six communities who are seeking to develop a ‘community protocol’ that can enable them to present a united response to the threatened building of a huge deep-sea oil terminal. I am hoping to learn from them, but meanwhile in PEDAL we are aware...

Why Local Action is the best response to Copenhagen’s failure

...Richard Heinberg sums up what happened in Copenhagen and brilliantly portrays the larger context and why local action is the best way forward....

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Portobello Plan P Talk — October 2005

...·    Arts, crafts, music and educational centre (iii)               Eco-Future hands-on exhibitions: demonstrating contrasting alternative futures (from Sustainable to Extinction depending on the choices we make now). ·        If the site could be expanded to include the current Pitz football pitches and run down to the burn then this might include: (i)      A demonstration small holding or City Farm (using water power), & (ii) ...

Response to Portobello High School planning application

...ee http://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/home/sustainability/acharacle-primary-school-sustainable-school-building-study/5208610.article for more. If they can manage this why can CEC? The architects for Acharacle (Edinburgh based Gaia Architects) state that the costs of building much more sustainable schools don't always have to be higher than mainstream designs. The renewable energy study that CEC commissioned is severely lacking - it recommends a fe...

Blog from the huge Copenhagen Climate march

...hole conference: distant targets instead of present action, more techno-fixes instead of just solutions. On techno-fixes see the Declaration ‘Let’s look before we leap!’ Strangely, at the session on REDDS in the Congo Basin (which was mostly a combination of pedantic obfuscation and entertaining story telling from African Government Ministers), the Kenyan Green Belt movement Nobel Laureate Wangari Maathai spoke briefly at...

Portobello Market

...ork. And it has. So we have now contracted a professional market organiser - Market Craft - to run things on the day. PEDAL will remain the license holder and will therefore have final say on the type/range of produce on sale. The next market will be on Saturday 5th March. Thanks for your interest, Tom sarah fairbrother Hello I am interested in finding out about growing produce locally on disused land. I have tried emailing the growing link but it...

The PEDAL Board

...nburgh and Greater Glasgow, and through successive local government re-organisations. Ian is author of Radical Community Work: Perspectives from practice in Scotland, written with Mae Shaw. He is currently Director of Development Trusts Association Scotland, the community-led regeneration network and national trade association for community development trusts. In addition to his community development experience, Ian brin...