Climate crisis

GALLERY  ⁄  TRANSPORT & MOBILITY

Kidical Mass Exeter: "The best day ever"

300 people took part in the first Kidical Mass Exeter family bike ride on Sunday 15 May as part of a global campaign for safe cycling routes for children, young people and families.

Climate delay discourse typology

ANALYSIS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

Do Exeter Labour election campaign claims stand up to scrutiny? Part III: Climate & environment

The third in our 2022 local elections series examines Exeter Labour claims about climate crisis leadership, renewable energy, recycling, retrofitting and development standards as well as decisions to scrap council and city decarbonisation goals.

Net Zero Exeter 2030 plan cover edit

NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

Exeter City Council abandons city 2030 decarbonisation "ambition"

Unannounced decision to exclude scope 3 emissions constituting around 43% of Exeter's carbon footprint from "net zero" plans effectively ensures city will not meet its decarbonisation goals.

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Exeter Digest #11: Council decisions under scrutiny - Ukrainian refugee hub - Student HMOs taking over

Our eleventh newsletter also covers the city council's Devon climate assembly response, £144k Levelling Up delivery jobs and Exeter Development Fund scrutiny.

  • WEDNESDAY 27 APRIL 2022

    Climate Science and Creativity

    Quay Words' spring writer-in-residence Ellen Wiles hosts a discussion between Devon writers and scientists about the ways they address the climate crisis in their work.

    EXETER CUSTOM HOUSE

  • Karime Hassan, Phil Bialyk, Tony Rowe and Paul Thomas at Sandy Park hotel development site

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  DEMOCRACY & GOVERNANCE

    Decision to send council CEO and director to work for Exeter City Futures is "disservice to citizens"

    City council disregards governance, risk and conflict of interest issues despite cross-party challenges and conflates decarbonisation agenda with property development financing scheme.

    Devon council climate action plan Climate Emergency UK scorecard scores bar chart

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Exeter decarbonisation plans found wanting in nationwide council climate action plan study

    Somerset West and Taunton highest scoring local authority area with East Devon in third place nationally in comprehensive Climate Emergency UK analysis.

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    Exeter Digest #8: Exeter carbon budget - Electric vehicles are not the answer - COP-EXE climate showcase - Bus shelter subvertising

    In our eighth newsletter, a COP26 special, we review recent climate and environment stories, take a tour through some local winners and losers and present our pick of recent locally-focussed decarbonisation policy analysis.

    Exeter Extinction Rebellion activists fly flag outside COP26 Exeter event at Maketank with COP26 Exeter photography project in window

    REVIEW  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    COP-EXE event showcases local responses to global climate crisis

    Exeter city centre venues last week hosted exhibitions promoting local action to mitigate the climate crisis in tandem with the COP26 conference in Glasgow.

    Cargo bike carrying kids in Exeter

    COMMENT  ⁄  TRANSPORT & MOBILITY

    If you think electric vehicles are the answer, you're asking the wrong question

    Mike Walton of Exeter Cycling Campaign says we shouldn't be seduced by the motoring lobby into believing that electric cars can create the future we and our children need.

    Exeter City Council climate credentials claim in St Sidwells Point development hoarding

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Greens call for evidence-based Exeter carbon budget as city council clings to net zero rhetoric

    The Net Zero Exeter plan lacks baseline emissions figures, recognised scope definitions and measurement and reporting frameworks, placing the city's decarbonisation agenda at risk. The opportunity for Exeter to demonstrate genuine climate crisis leadership nevertheless remains.

    GALLERY  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Exeter activists criticise corporate climate crisis claims with city centre bus shelter subvertising

    As the 2021 United Nations climate change conference (COP26) begins in Glasgow, activists post parody bus shelter adverts aimed at corporate greenwashing in Exeter city centre.

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    Exeter Digest #7: CityPoint pop-ups reprieve - When is a PBSA not a PBSA? - Greta tells it like it is

    In our seventh newsletter we review recent key stories, round up the news in brief and highlight think tank ideas for "community-powered conservatism" and how to deliver for real housing need.

    Greta Thunberg outside the Swedish parliament building in August 2018

    INTERVIEW  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Greta Thunberg calls on world leaders for honesty at COP26

    An interview with climate activist Greta Thunberg on the eve of the COP26 summit published in partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global media collaboration.

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    Exeter Digest #6: Liveable Exeter Place Board double bill - Scrutiny under scrutiny - Catastrophic climate change or cake?

    In the sixth edition of our newsletter we review key stories from the past few weeks, get some perspective on our predicament and find some unlikely claims on a local Labour leaflet.

    Peninsula Transport vision document cover image

    NEWS  ⁄  TRANSPORT & MOBILITY

    30 year plan for SW transport outlined in consultation document

    Strategic vision places investment in roads ahead of decarbonisation despite acknowledging the region's high car dependency rate.

    NEWSLETTER

    Exeter Digest #4: University and council drop development standards - Exe valley under threat - Kinder Exeter community festival

    In the fourth edition of our newsletter we also welcome trainee reporter Jenna McGill to the team and introduce the first Exeter Observer caption competition.

    Extinction Rebellion climate activist Imogen May

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Environmental activist Imogen May defiant after second liability order for non-payment of council tax

    Extinction Rebellion demonstrated at Exeter Law Courts in support of Crediton lone parent who has withheld council tax for two years in protest over government climate crisis inaction.

    Clydesdale, Nash and Birks Grange Village redevelopment illustrative elevations

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  PLANNING & PLACE

    University drops environmental standards for huge student flats development with council approval

    University of Exeter and Exeter City Council both ignore own policies in plans to demolish 30 buildings and construct 50,000m2 of new student accommodation, telling us more about their priorities than their climate leadership claims.

    UN Secretary General António Guterres briefs the media

    INTERVIEW  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    António Guterres on the climate crisis: "We are coming to a point of no return"

    An interview with the UN Secretary General on the eve of the G7 summit in Cornwall published as part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration.

    NEWSLETTER

    Exeter Digest #3: Devon Pension Fund fossil fuel investment - SW Exeter district heating network - Exeter local election results

    The third edition of our essential newsletter offers something for everyone on sunny bank holiday weekend.

    Devon Pension Fund fossil fuel holdings

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Devon Pension Fund fossil fuel investment position exposed by Shell and BP AGM votes

    Shareholder support for Paris Agreement-compatible goals increases but fails to prevent continuing oil and gas exploration, extraction, production or consumption as experts intensify warnings that emissions reductions goals will be missed.

    Net Zero Exeter logo

    COMMENT  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Is Exeter City Council going to abandon its Net Zero 2030 target?

    Review suggests alignment with Devon Carbon Plan, currently aimed at 50% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030 and net zero by 2050, citing "technical and financial challenges ahead", although change in policy would require decision by councillors after 6 May local elections.

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    Exeter Digest #2: Exeter local elections guide - Majority want net zero by 2030 - Council meetings to resume in person

    With the local elections a week today and a bank holiday weekend on its way we thought we'd publish our second edition a day early to give you extra time to take your pick of our top stories.

    Interim Devon Carbon Plan consultation responses net zero target date preferences

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Devon Carbon Plan consultation finds majority want net zero by 2030

    Devon Climate Emergency Response Group questions whether 2030 "realistic" and suggests "palatable" compromise while only 13% of consultees support UK government's 2050 target.

    Met Office graph showing 2020 global mean temperature difference from 1850-1900

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    World Meteorological Organization report confirms "relentless" intensification of climate crisis despite pandemic lockdowns

    2020 set to be equal warmest year on record despite cooling La Niña while Internal Energy Agency warns post-pandemic economic stimulus expected to drive second largest annual increase in carbon emissions in history and UK emissions set to overshoot 2030 target by 40%.

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    Exeter Digest #1: Statistics in the balance - Dartmoor Line to reopen - Local elections are coming

    In this first edition of Exeter Observer's email newsletter we introduce our format and bring you up to date with our coverage over the past couple of months.

    Centre for Cities Exeter City Monitor graphic

    COMMENT  ⁄  ECONOMY & ENTERPRISE

    Selective use of statistics presents an unbalanced account of Exeter's economic & environmental status

    Exeter City Council's Chief Executive uses statistics to show the city in a good light, but in doing so presents a picture which omits important information about the city's true position.

    Atmospheric rise in carbon dioxide from the industrial revolution to the present

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Atmospheric concentration of CO2 now 50% above pre-industrial levels

    Met Office says 2021 will be first year on record in which symbolic threshold breached for more than a few days as UK prepares to host COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

    Global lockdown pollution level changes

    COMMENT  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    I'm a climate scientist – here's three key things I have learned over a year of COVID

    A leading climate scientist's perspective on what the community has learned over the past year about the interactions between the pandemic and the current and future global climate.

    Exeter energy recovery facility

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    District heating network planned for new South West Exeter development

    Local councils are investing up to £7.3 million in a £23 million project to supply a development of 2500 homes with heat which depends on the Marsh Barton waste incinerator, Exeter's largest single source of carbon emissions.

    Climate change mitigation challenges infographic

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    University research consortium launches "Accelerate to Net Zero" project

    The GW4 Alliance of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter universities has launched a collaborative project aimed at accelerating decarbonisation across South West England and Wales.

    Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Wonford NHS Trust parking sign

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Hospital creates parking for 200 cars despite city climate crisis goals

    Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital says new parking "temporary" but no end-date given in planning application and no hard evidence of need provided.

    Net Zero Exeter 2030 plan proposals vs Exeter territorial emissions vs Exeter carbon footprint bar chart

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Is the "Net Zero" Exeter plan fit for purpose? Part I: Exeter's carbon footprint

    Exeter City Futures' carbon reduction plan ignores over a million tonnes of carbon emissions and massively underestimates the challenges facing the city. First in a series examining its flaws.

    Exeter City Futures Net Zero Exeter 2030 plan

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Exeter City Council accepts climate emergency plan to make city carbon neutral by 2030

    Chief Executive warns that resourcing the plan is "problematic" given COVID-19 financial challenges and that lack of resources limits the council's capacity for immediate practical action.

    Exeter Cathedral and Quay car park top deck

    NEWS  ⁄  TRANSPORT & MOBILITY

    Coronavirus halts decision to spend £3.9 million on car park repairs and upgrade

    Exeter City Council spending plans will be revisited in June at same time as Net Zero Exeter carbon reduction plan is discussed by Executive.

    Exeter City Futures Blueprint for a Carbon Neutral Exeter by 2030 graphic

    COMMENT  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Is Exeter finally responding to the climate emergency?

    A surge of activity about action to combat climate change is taking place in Exeter, including the publication of a carbon neutral blueprint pending a "mobilisation summit", but detail and evidence is still missing and community engagement is falling short of debate.

    Exeter Youth Strike 4 Climate banners on South Street

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Exeter climate strike anniversary march brings junction to standstill

    Protestors form human chain around County Hall to highlight Devon County Council's role as key regional climate policy decision-maker after Exeter City Council confiscates banners promoting carbon neutral blueprint policies.

    Exeter net zero carbon housing pilot project in Chestnut Avenue in Wonford

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  PLANNING & PLACE

    Exeter net zero housing revolution takes root in Chestnut Avenue

    Exeter City Council is taking exploratory steps from talking about a zero carbon future to delivering one with a pilot housing project in Wonford.

    Country Bus G service to Exeter Quay

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  TRANSPORT & MOBILITY

    An integrated public transport service for Devon remains a distant aspiration

    A change to Exeter's G bus service operator has revealed the limits of Devon County Council's approach to transport system integration.

    Exeter Global Climate Strike demonstrator holding placard

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Exeter youth climate strikers launch Green New Deal for Devon

    Fridays For Future Exeter have published a detailed vision of a more equitable future that calls on elected representatives across the county to recognise the climate crisis as a symptom of a dysfunctional political economy.

    Exeter Global Climate Strike Bedford Street crowd

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Thousands march in Exeter for global climate strike as millions mobilise worldwide

    Fridays for Future Exeter led 3500 people on a climate crisis demonstration through the city backed by dozens of organisations on the eve of the UN Climate Action Summit in New York.

    Exeter Extinction Rebellion funeral march climate crisis High Street

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Mock funeral march brings Exeter city centre to a sombre standstill

    Extinction Rebellion campaigners brought the gravity of the ecological emergency home to Exeter on Saturday in a funereal procession commemorating wildlife loss caused by climate change.

    Dutch living streets woonerf sign

    ANALYSIS  ⁄  TRANSPORT & MOBILITY

    We already know what to do about the climate crisis. We must get on with doing it as fast as we can.

    Exeter and Devon council leaders must begin rapid regional decarbonisation now. The quickest, cheapest way to cut emissions in Exeter is to deter combustion engines from entering the city. Clean air legislation offers a basis for action.

    Exeter Youth Strike 4 Climate protestors with banner

    COMMENT  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Exeter Youth Strike 4 Climate - the floodgates are open

    Exeter is one of the smallest cities in Britain, yet it has produced some of the country's biggest youth strikes. Climate activist Sam Sleeman recounts the story so far and explains what it means to the young people who are creating a global wave of change.

    Molly Scott Cato at the European Parliament

    INTERVIEW  ⁄  DEMOCRACY & GOVERNANCE

    Is EU membership essential to our ability to deal with the climate emergency?

    Molly Scott Cato, Green Party MEP for the South West, visited Exeter during her re-election campaign to explain why the EU and its Green Group is leading the way on a wide range of progressive policies.

    Extinction Rebellion climate emergency protesters in Exeter Guildhall shopping centre

    NEWS  ⁄  CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

    Exeter Extinction Rebellion stages climate emergency protest

    Today around 70 people joined the Exeter branch of Extinction Rebellion on the city's streets to demand urgent action to minimise the risk of catastrophic impacts from climate change.

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