Friday, April 24, 2009

Time for Cardiff to go green!

From Tuesday the South Wales Echo will feature two pages of Go Green news and features every week, and its sister papers The Western Mail and the Celtic weekly newspapers will also have regular features.There will also be pull-out supplements and a section on our website,

Go Green team battles for a brighter future

SUPPORTERS of the Echo’s Go Green initiative turned out in force to help Cardiff council bring a splash of colour to one of the city’s most popular parks. Read Lets hope this isnt green wash!

Perhaps the Echo will support a campaign to make Cardiff greener and protest about the rise in bus fares from £1.20 to £1.50 overnight! This wont encourage people who use cars most often for short journeys to use the bus!

The parks department should use their vehicles less and Cllrs shouldn't park in front of the city
Hall. Even worse build on our green spaces!

Bute park news

Council leader Rodney Berman is und er fire

PUBLIC anger at Cardiff’s schools reorganisation and council proposals to build on green spaces across the city erupted in the face of councillors yesterday. Read

Look what has happened to our beautiful park

WalesOnline - ‎Apr 23, 2009‎
CAMPAIGNERS against further development within Bute Park have accused Cardiff Council of planning to erect a horticultural building that will look like a ...