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Reminder: people are amazing


It's the 10th of October. 10/10!

For the last three years, 10/10 has been the day we knock on cynicism's door and run away giggling. The day we put clingfilm over the toilet of business-as-usual, and order unwanted takeaways to the house of despair.

This year we're relaunching our #itshappening project, which showcases all the best climate success stories from around the world.

Everyone's arguing about climate science again. Here's what you need to know

Have you heard: there's a major new climate report out today.

Wait! Don't go. This one's important!

This report – from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is likely to dominate the discussion for the next couple of weeks, and with so many myths and half-truths flying around, it's only a matter of time until one hits you in the head.

So here's a quick primer for when your climate sceptic uncle Bob comes over for dinner.

These local energy projects will restore your faith in humanity

Torrs Hydro in New Mills, Derbyshire

Have you ever stood right up close to a big wind turbine when it's blowing a gale? Or watched the electricity meter run backwards in a solar powered house? It's really something. 

The first ever Community Energy Fortnight, which kicks off on 24 August, is all about experiences like this. There's 24 events, tours and open days lined up around the country, giving people the chance to see some of the UK's coolest clean energy projects up close.

But if you can't make it to an event, here's your consolation prize: six gloom-busting community energy schemes, and the stories behind them. Enjoy! 

10 tricks to cut carbon in the car

Cars on a dual carriageway

Green driving – or ‘hyper miling’ – is about travelling as far as you can on one tank of petrol. Use these tips to increase your mpg and chop around 10% off your petrol bills. 

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