Author Archives: Clive Margolis

About Clive Margolis

I write about local Sussex and global environmental issues through my website Inspirationalise - www.inspirationalise.com

Press release: World SOS Climate Emergency Day Horsham meeting

Tsunami of support for Councils in South East to declare Climate emergency Councils across the South East of England are being urged to declare a ‘Climate Emergency’, after a ground-breaking meeting in Horsham on Saturday 2nd February.  Held to mark … Continue reading

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Carbon offsetting made easy

When Carrie flew to Montenegro in May for the Green Culture Festival she offsetting four tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions. There are a number of organisations offering carbon offsetting but after liaising with other climate leaders   Carrie chose www.carbonfootprint.com .

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Stop using one-time plastic coffee pods

Since 2012 Sussex Green Living has recycled approximately 80,000 Tassimo ‘T-Disc’ coffee pods and packaging through Terracycle UK and given the proceeds to a local school, but suddenly their pick-up point has changed. Now we are wondering: what are we … Continue reading

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You CAN solar power your home!

More solar for Sussex!  Carrie the founder of Sussex Green Living and her husband Brian have fulfilled their new year’s resolution by calling in local firm CC Solar to install ten solar panels on the roof of their Sussex home. So … Continue reading

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Living in an eco-home

Ever thought of living in an ‘eco-home’? When we came to Brighton from London in 2015 Sue and I were looking for an old house like the  terraced house we were living in, built well before the First World War. … Continue reading

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