On Wednesday March 11th we will be showing the film Merchants of Doubt in the Silver room of The Kino, Rye. This is the first in our new quarterly film nights @ The Kino – Many thanks to The Kino for their support! Merchants of Doubt tells the story of how a loose-knit group of high-level scientists […]
REG have arranged a great programme for meetings and events for 2020. A PDF of the programme can be found here, or via the link to our Programme of Events page.
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 […]
Guest post by REG member Marian Harding. The opinions voiced here are not necessarily those of REG – comments welcome! Anyone come across the ‘ditch dairy’ vegan campaign? It featured so prominently on my radar earlier this year that I felt in need of counselling! However it doesn’t seem to have been taken very seriously […]
Jointly organised by Rother Environmental Group and Bexhill Environmental Group, on Wednesday 30 October 2019, Dr Geoff Rayner gave a fascinating talk on ‘Diet and Nutrition Transition and Planetary and Public Health’. There were 3 key themes: Human nutrition – We are what we eat Food growing – with wildlife in mind Climate breakdown – […]
Join us for a drink and nibbles at The George, High Street, Rye from 7pm on Tuesday 11 December. A chance to get to know other members in an informal gathering without an agenda.
REG has launched a competition to bid for part of £2,500 to help environmental projects. Groups are inviting to compete for up to £1,000 per project with a closing date of Sunday 30 September 2018. The winners to be announced at REG’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) in November 2018. Projects must benefit the environment […]
A guided tour of Brede High Woods at bluebell time! Wednesday 25 April, 10am-12pm, with David Bonsall of the Woodland Trust. Full details from Stephen Clift, REG Secretary, email@example.com
Local architect Dominic Manning gave a well-attended talk on sustainable architecture to the Rother Environmental Group (REG) at The George on Tuesday 27 March 2018 Dominic said that buildings are resource intensive, using up significant amounts of energy, water, materials and land, both in the construction and in the day to day use. In particular […]