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Page reviewed: 9/10/2019

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Extinction Rebellion events https://rebellion.earth/

(Poster 9/10/2019) Many members of KLEEN are also now involved with XR, and its hoped to put up information about how things are going during the this second larger set of actions in London in several locations around the town during the next two weeks. In the shop window next to the post office and in the Planet B shop in the High Street. Please take time to see how this whole demonstration is trying to be organised and that its not pushing its demands onto people.There are now a big contingent of farmers in it as well as doctors and some police as well as psople of all ages and backgrounds. One of the 3 main goals is to have an agreement to have a UK citizens assembly (like in Ireland and other countries) that is made up of a cross section of the public just like the Jury system. This takes the difficult long term decisions away from politicians of most parties, who are frequently very short term and driven by party instructions regardless of how sensible it is.

Herefordshire Green Networks called The Great Collaboration

(Posted 9/10/2019) Members of KLEEN are part of a team involved with a project supported by Herefordshire Green Networks called The Great Collaboration - leading to a Zero Carbon Herefordshire. We have started a series of meetings with town and parish councils across the county to explore how community groups and councils can work together to make real improvements to our county in terms of local carbon emissions in many parts of our lives. It will hopefully be encouraged for many local groups to be involved - please ask if you would like more information. Attached is an overview of the project so far - and its evolving ! KLEEN has won a Certificate! (Posted 5/4/2018) Kleen has been recognised as doing significant work for the community in the Environmental section of the Herefordshire Community Awards where we were a finalist and so were presented with a framed certificate (see the pics) This was presented to us by the Lord Liuetenant of Herefordshire during a ceremony at the Hereford Town Hall. Our Treasurer Ian MacLeod and Secretary Rob MacCurrach also attended as well as Jill and I. This may be useful recognition of all our combined work that we could use when applying for future grants etc. To all those involved with KLEEN over the years well done! Many thanks to our Mayor Martin Fitton for nominating us.
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Extinction Rebellion events

https://rebellion.earth/

(Poster 9/10/2019) Many members of KLEEN are also now involved with XR, and its hoped to put up information about how things are going during the this second larger set of actions in London in several locations around the town during the next two weeks. In the shop window next to the post office and in the Planet B shop in the High Street. Please take time to see how this whole demonstration is trying to be organised and that its not pushing its demands onto people.There are now a big contingent of farmers in it as well as doctors and some police as well as psople of all ages and backgrounds. One of the 3 main goals is to have an agreement to have a UK citizens assembly (like in Ireland and other countries) that is made up of a cross section of the public just like the Jury system. This takes the difficult long term decisions away from politicians of most parties, who are frequently very short term and driven by party instructions regardless of how sensible it is.

Herefordshire Green Networks called The

Great Collaboration

(Posted 9/10/2019) Members of KLEEN are part of a team involved with a project supported by Herefordshire Green Networks called The Great Collaboration - leading to a Zero Carbon Herefordshire. We have started a series of meetings with town and parish councils across the county to explore how community groups and councils can work together to make real improvements to our county in terms of local carbon emissions in many parts of our lives. It will hopefully be encouraged for many local groups to be involved - please ask if you would like more information. Attached is an overview of the project so far - and its evolving ! KLEEN has won a Certificate! (Posted 5/4/2018) Kleen has been recognised as doing significant work for the community in the Environmental section of the Herefordshire Community Awards where we were a finalist and so were presented with a framed certificate (see the pics) This was presented to us by the Lord Liuetenant of Herefordshire during a ceremony at the Hereford Town Hall. Our Treasurer Ian MacLeod and Secretary Rob MacCurrach also attended as well as Jill and I. This may be useful recognition of all our combined work that we could use when applying for future grants etc. To all those involved with KLEEN over the years well done! Many thanks to our Mayor Martin Fitton for nominating us.