Council takes Climate Emergency on-line.

  A timetable and information about Bath and North East Somerset Council’s immediate plans to address the climate emergency have … More

Plastic art

Here’s the way Lima in Peru illustrates the scourge of plastic and the environmental damage it does to the natural … More

Artificial turf threat to health.

Bath Rugby Club’s grand proposals for its future development fail on one very important environmental and health issue – according … More

Primary school youngsters across Bath and North East Somerset are being encouraged to take part in a project to raise … More

We care too – says Council leader.

More affordable housing and cleaner streets – just two of the pledges made to Bath Newseum today when l got … More

Cutting down on plastic

  With a growing environmental disaster on our world-wide doorstep, people across Bath and North East Somerset are being urged … More

Pedalling local produce.

Shopping from home doesn’t have to be restricted to the big supermarkets – thanks to a new scheme – for … More

The last straws

One of Bath’s big hotels is joining the anti-plastic straw campaign and setting itself up as a water ‘re-filling station’ … More

Earth, wind and fire.

Earth, wind and fire. Not just the name of a successful American band from the 1970’s but some of the … More

Your chance to voice your opinion.

Buses, the environmental impact of new build developments and clean and affordable energy. These are some of the main topics … More

Fly-tipper gets heavy fine for despoiling​ Bath beauty spots.

A 30-year-old man has been fined £6,400 after 12 tonnes of rubbish was dumped in beautiful countryside near Bath, including … More

Save our open-air veggie!

One of only two independent greengrocers still in business in Bath is threatened by plans to install a bank in … More

Let’s talk Bath transport!

Bath’s MP Wera Hobhouse will be in Larkhall in March – attending an open meeting where you can have your … More

I want ‘the good life’ for all Bathonians – says Wera.

Bath Newseum meets the city’s new MP Wera Hobhouse – still busy setting up shop on Charles Street in offices … More