Canny Households and Schools

 

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Keep Me Warm!

keepwarmEnergy Audits and Advice Service: We can help with free advice on keeping your home cozy and saving energy. To get more information contact sean@sustainingdunbar.org

Draught Proofing Service: All households signed up to take the Households Canny Challenge can get free drought proofing done by our technician for free while our stocks last. To book our technician to get your home draught proofed please contact: mark@sustianingdunbar.org

Curtain Lining: We have a good supply of curtain lining to make your existing curtains more cozy, keep you warmer and save on energy bills. This simple and easy measure makes a big difference. Please contact sue@sustainingdunbar.org to get yours.

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How are you getting on?

RosetteWe would like to hear how you are getting on with your household’s Canny Challenge.

Please take 2 minutes to fill out this survey.

 

 

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What has changed in the area in the last 5 years?

In 2009 Sustaining Dunbar carried out a survey to gauge how easy it was for people living in the Dunbar District to: conserve energy, access local food, walk, and cycle or use public transport to get to school or work, work locally and feel connected and know more about what is going on in your area. We are now carrying out a survey to gauge if you have noticed any improvements in these areas.

Click here to fill in this survey.

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Canny Schools

Young scotDunbar Primary School’s Ecology Umbrella Group are invited to the Youth Discussion competition awards! A few months back this group entered Scotland’s Environment Web Youth Discussion competition. Now they have been invited to the competition Awards Ceremony which is being held on Tuesday 17th June 2014 from 10am – 3.30pm at Our Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh. The event will not only celebrate the success of the winners, but will also recognise the effort put in by all entrants and the help given by teachers, parents and carers. The schedule for the day includes fun workshops, lunch, a chance to take part in an interactive question and answer session and the presentation of prizes by Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Minister for Environment & Climate Change. On the day, they will have the opportunity to view all the entries and be one of the first to find out who has won as the winners are announced. Preview the entries You can now view their entry online by visiting www.youngreporters.org.uk. From here, you can browse using the map or list view and then click on an entry to find out more about it and the inspiration behind it. There are a wide range of entries including posters, blogs, videos, animations and articles all of which highlight the environmental concerns of young people across Scotland. The winners of the two top prizes – £1000 for best group entry and £100 for best overall individual entry – will be announced live at the event. You can get the latest updates on the competition by following Scotland’s Environment Web on Twitter and Facebook.

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