Making Eastbourne net zero by 2030

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Eastbourne drop 8% for 2020

Eastbourne Greenhouse Gas emissions for 2020 continue to decrease, as they have done for the last 15 years. Some of this is down to a 5% trend, year on year, and some of it is Covid. However the question is will it be enough ? The latest national statistics for

Consultation South east

Planning – Your chance to comment on transport across the region

Transport for the South East (TfSE) has gone out to public consultation on their draft Strategic Investment Plan. It closes on 12 September 2022. This is your opportunity to comment on the long term transport plans for the South East. A plan that has a ‘golden thread’ from the

The Eastbourne Climate Coalition is creating a new buzz in town

The Eastbourne Eco Action Network is collaborating with the Eastbourne Climate Coalition to curate and manage an ambitious programme of community-run events in the E-Hive Marquee in Princes Park during the E-Festival on Eastbourne’s seafront that runs from July 29th to 31st. All the events in the E-Hive Marquee will

Bigger Better Bus and Cycle schemes ?

Eco-Action Transport Group have always said, that to meet the 2030 carbon target, there needs to be a modal shift away from cars and towards bus and cycling. That means re-allocating space, changing priorities and spending money. However the Government has threatened, that funding for active travel schemes, would only

Our vision

We are Eastbourne ECO Action Network, based in the coastal town of Eastbourne in East Sussex.

We are a Community Interest Company with a growing number of people and a reach to over 974 businesses, charities and social organisations locally who are united by the same goal – to turn Eastbourne carbon neutral by 2030 and to make it one of the best places to live in the UK.

We are working in close collaboration with the local charities and grassroots organisations, representing a fresh approach to engaged citizenship.

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We WANT TO achieve a carbon neutral town by December 2030

Have we achieved carbon neutral Eastbourne?