Local authorities across Essex have joined forces on a campaign aimed at cutting the amount of single-use plastic used in the county.Read the full story ›
Climate change campaign group Extinction Rebellion have announced a list of three demands for Cambridge's local authorities and university.Read the full story ›
Schoolchildren across the Anglia region have joined others across the world in leaving classes to protest against climate change.Read the full story ›
New climate projections by the Met Office suggest summers in East Anglia will be drier and hotter but there will be more rain in the winter.Read the full story ›
Three students have gone on hunger strike in a bid to force Cambridge University to stop investing in fossil fuel companies.Read the full story ›
Today (Friday) is the final chance to view an art exhibition on the theme of climate change at the Forum in Norwich.
The Greenhouse Gallery, with funding from the Arts Council, has inaugurated a 'Climate Art Fund', whose aim is to encourage local artists, musicians, writers, poets, filmmakers etc to engage creatively with the issue of climate change and bring the challenges and possibilities now facing us all to a wider audience.
The event on the evening of Friday 28th will include bar and music by two-man band The Hot Penguins and a Live Art Auction of this year's submissions in aid of the Climate Art Fund and the Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise Appeal, with professional auctioneer Rebecca Mayhew of Durrants Auction Rooms.
The south Lincolnshire MP John Hayes is leaving the energy department to become the Prime Minister's senior parliamentary adviser.
Mr Hayes, the MP for South Holland and The Deepings, publicly clashed over policy with the Liberal Democrat Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Ed Davey.
Conservative Michael Fallon has now added responsibility for energy to his brief in the business department.
John Hayes will become a Minister without Portfolio based in the Cabinet Office. He will also be appointed to the Privy Council.