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Global news round up

This week, we've had our Lighter Later campaigning hats on to get the UK government on side just in time for clock change this weekend. We're also looking to Croatia for next year's campaigning plans and give the Bangladeshi team a thumbs-up for getting the nation cycling.


Hello, dearest 10:10ers!

Long time no see...:) But we were not sitting idle - we have so many new things to share with you in the upcoming weeks!

Global news round up


This week, the UK government reported truly amazing carbon savings, 10:10 Chile kicked off their monthly themes with a new lighting checklist and the British Council in Trinidad & Tobago told us how they managed to cut their carbon by a  whopping 21% in the past 12 months.

E-card from Catalina!


Dear 10:10 readers,

Global news round up

This week, 10:10ers are all about cool carbon-friendly summers; from air con alternatives to sustainable travel and solar energy, there's no shortage of ideas on how to make this a great 10:10 summer. 


The biggest music event in Romania kicks off today!

Global news round up

This week the girls of Bishop Challoner get to grips with saving energy in their school, we kick off the 10:10 festival season and get ready for the summer by learning all about low-carbon BBQing.

  • Check out this great video made by our friends at Otesha who facilitated an energy saving project at Bishop Challoner Girls' School. A classroom full of future campaign strategists explore both what they can do to reduce energy in their school and how to get other kids interested. 


Students from University of Bratislava gathered together at an outdoor event to share their carbon cutting experiences and practices.  A great way to spend an afternoon outdoor!


End of semestre , end of second quarter, end of school year - doesn't matter if you are a student or if you are sitting in a cubicle somewhere, this is on your mind, for sure :)

Global news round up

This week, some 10:10ers around the world were all about low carbon food and cycling,  while others have been busy prepping for World Environment Day or treading the boards as Shakespeare's Hamlet.