Welcome to Earth

Please take five minutes to watch this film written and acted by five teenage boys living in Askar refugee camp in Nablus, Occupied Palestine, where schools are ill-equipped, prospects are bleak, and kids can feel the whole world has abandoned them. The imagination, the technical skill and the awareness of what is going on, not […]

Marine Energy: Neil Kermode, Tuesday 27 October 2020

For our October event REG are incredibly fortunate to have arranged a presentation from Neil Kermode, Managing Director of the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC). EMEC is a UKAS accredited test and research centre focusing on wave and tidal power development based in the Orkney Islands, UK. The Centre provides developers with the opportunity to test full-scale grid-connected prototype devices in unrivalled […]

WWF LIVING PLANET REPORT 2020

2020 has been the year that forced us to stop.  A global pandemic, extreme weather, forest fires. This year’s WWF Living Planet Report into the state of nature has just been published and can be found here. It’s not happy reading, but it emphasises how fundamentally important it is that we work together address the […]

REG response to RDC’s Draft Environment Strategy consultation

Please see our formal response to Rother District Council’s consultation on their Draft Environment Strategy 2020–2030 here. Thank you to all our members who contributed to our response, your input was greatly appreciated. Overall we are delighted that the Council is proposing this strategy and arestrongly and enthusiastically supportive of the intentions. We look forward to the […]

REG AGM 28th January 2020

Rother Environmental Group AGM will take place at 7pm on Tuesday 28th January 2020, at the St Mary’s Centre, Lion Street, Rye (next to the Kino). After the AGM business there will be two presentations / talks. Firstly, a brief introduction to the re-wilding project at Knepp Castle, West Sussex by Nigel Jennings.  It is hoped […]