SustainableAW magazine

Welcome to SustainableAW, a magazine to showcase the extensive sustainability activity across Adur and Worthing.

This bright, accessible publication helps Adur & Worthing Councils support better connections and collaboration, so that together we can achieve more to make our Councils, our communities and our world more sustainable.

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Spring 2022

Click to read the Spring 2022 issue of SustainableAW

In this issue:

  • Welcome: an intro from Cllr Emma Evans and Cllr Edward Crouch
  • Running Wild: Working together to let the land breathe
  • What is SustainableAW?
  • Reducing our carbon footprint thanks to heat under our feet
  • Spot the dolphins as they return to healthier seas
  • Hopes solar panels will hit carbon targets for six
  • Environmentally-friendly ideas are brewing in Worthing
  • Community spirit is alive
  • Cutting waste out of clothes production
  • Canines are crazy about plastic park
  • Fewer cuts mean more life in our parks
  • New drive to help residents go electric
  • Adopt-a-drain to help keep away the rain
  • Sustainable legacy to celebrate the Queen's reign
  • Circle of hope to remember those lost
  • Sustainable Adur and Worthing Directory

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Summer 2021

Click to read the Summer 2021 issue of SustainableAW

In this issue:

  • Welcome: an intro from Cllr Emma Evans and Cllr Edward Crouch
  • Sea-ing is believing
  • Heating our buildings out of thin air
  • Pioneering pre-loved book retailer champions reuse and recycling
  • The sunshine way to energy efficient homes
  • How we slashed our energy bills and helped climate
  • Adur markets' stallholders believe in a sustainable future
  • The enterprising way to travel in eco-friendly style
  • They're hot! Councils trial the latest thing in composting
  • Meet the new lawn moo-ers
  • Where the wild things grow
  • The catch of the day is your old fishing gear
  • Bees&Seas create a buzz
  • Isn't that dandy! Foraging around for tasty recipes
  • High and handsome
  • Sustainable Adur and Worthing Directory
  • What is SustainableAW?

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Spring 2021

Click to read the Spring 2021 issue of SustainableAW

In this issue:

  • Welcome: an intro from Cllr Emma Evans and Cllr Edward Crouch
  • Pedal Power: More cyclists, local food production and green space protection among asks of Climate Assembly
  • Carbon neutral begins at home for Councils
  • Back to nature
  • Ramp-ing up wind plans
  • Fresh ideas on local food
  • Help your garden spring back to (wild)life
  • On the flower trail
  • Freya puts down roots
  • Blistering barnacles!
  • Plastic - The hidden killer
  • Top of the sustainability league
  • Creating a little oasis
  • Planning to tackle climate change
  • Grassroots campaign sees green shoots
  • Sustainable Adur and Worthing Directory
  • What is SustainableAW?

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Winter 2020

Click to read the Winter 2020 issue of SustainableAW

In this issue:

  • Welcome: an intro from Cllr Emma Evans and Cllr Edward Crouch
  • Power to the people
  • Experts: Working locally is key to tackling global crisis
  • Green tides
  • Shoreham cycle options explored
  • Windmills installed at Brooklands Lake
  • New boost to natural habitat as Adur Council set to buy two green spaces
  • Keep warm, cut costs, cut carbon
  • Recognition for Zero 2030 Climate Conference
  • Help our kelp
  • Local food systems
  • Meet the Food Pioneers
  • Seal spotting from the Coastal Office
  • EPIC Sompting
  • What is SustainableAW?
  • Lending lizards and snakes sss-support
  • Sustainable Adur and Worthing directory
  • The new Sustainability Team members

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Summer 2020

Click to read the Summer 2020 issue of SustainableAW

In this issue:

  • Welcome: an intro from Cllr Emma Evans and Cllr Edward Crouch
  • Zero 2030 the Adur & Worthing community-led climate conference
  • In-tree-guing Isabella
  • What is SustainableAW?
  • The carbon neutral plan
  • Living the green dream - Eco Open Houses Worthing
  • Eco-upgrade for Sompting stream
  • Life after lockdown
  • Lockdown, nature and a new normal
  • Tree-lined avenue takes root
  • Recycling hits new high
  • First electric vans on the road
  • Putting people at the heart of the climate crisis
  • Highdown seeds preserved for future generations
  • Planning publish climate change position
  • Every tree counts
  • Sustainable Adur & Worthing directory

 

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