Sustainable Living

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Sustainable Living evening classes and workshops offered through independent tutors, in conjunction with local government. From late 2013 t

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We publish independent materials, organise evening classes, recruit, inform and support tutors; get local councils involved; help to promote both the programme and its impacts in the media. SLET is independent of commercial interests so that its information and advice is seen to be reliable - help us to keep it that way!

2,000 participants in workshops and courses in best year; 10+ years in operation - initially 8 councils, grew to 25 at peak. Subject range is: organic gardening, including yard nature conservation, water use and avoiding pollution, travel and shopping choices for lower carbon living, eco-building, energy efficiency, waste minimisation, community resilience. Research papers available.

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Latest newsletter published  18 February 2010

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Newsletter published February 2010 at our website:

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