STORIES

Here are some examples of things people all over South Yorkshire are doing to tackle climate change. When we succeed, we shout about it…

  • Three women cooking together

    The story of Ammi’s Kitchen, Sheffield

    Ammi’s Kitchen was set up to celebrate the national cuisine and cooking skills of ethnic minority women in Nether Edge, Sheffield. We spoke to Janine Dos Remedios about how it’s given the chefs that work there new-found confidence and skills to feed a community and find employment

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  • We Are Taking Action For Our Health!

    We Are Taking Action For Our Health!

    Through funding from The National Lottery, via Can Do South Yorkshire, GPs and students were supported to evaluate the environmental practices of GPs in South Yorkshire, and implement new ideas.

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  • We’re Growing Our Own ‘Bits Of Earth!’

    We’re Growing Our Own ‘Bits Of Earth!’

    The Bare Project, as part of Can Do South Yorkshire and the Festival of Debate, ran a seed and story exchange project called ‘A Bit of Earth’. In this mini-blog series, we’ll be drawing out some of the themes which run through these stories.

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  • Cyclists Campaign For Safer Streets!

    Cyclists Campaign For Safer Streets!

    Cycle Sheffield are on a mission to make cycling safer and more accessible for everyone in the city. With your help, they want to campaign for better cycling routes and more support for people who want to travel in a more sustainable way.

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  • 60 Schools Take Part In Climate Conference

    60 Schools Take Part In Climate Conference

    The first ever Schools’ Climate Conference was held online in July, with 60 schools in attendance, learning more about their role in tackling climate change.

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  • Architecture Students Design Climate Hub

    Architecture Students Design Climate Hub

    A group of Architecture students from the University of Sheffield partnered with Can Do South Yorkshire to imagine and design a pilot climate hub, envisioning a city centre space where people can collaborate, socialise and take climate action.

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  • Pioneering Kids Plant Over 3,000 Trees

    Pioneering Kids Plant Over 3,000 Trees

    Children are planting trees across Sheffield, enjoying the outdoors and learning new skills, as well as doing their bit to help make our planet a little bit greener.

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