A few reasons for not getting a wood stoves

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Please think twice before getting a wood stove

Watching flames dance over logs or other dry wood is incredibly mesmerising and relaxing, especially if you know that it travelled just a few hundred yards from a well-managed forest (or a scrapheap). The Environment Centre stove is certainly one of its most popular features, even though it’s inadequate (more on that later). Yet, we […]

Posted 27 January 2021 | Categories: One Planet Living | Tags: air pollution, home, one planet living, sustainability, wood stove, zero carbon

In pursuit of an eco home: keeping warm

This post was originally written by our Outreach Officer Ivana Jakubkova for Your Local Link magazine column. It may be getting harder to avoid news about climate change and global warming (should be “weirding” really) but it is easy to feel helpless and underestimate what we as individuals can achieve. What doesn’t get reported enough […]

Posted 19 December 2018 | Categories: One Planet Living | Tags: air pollution, climate change, energy audit, environmental footprint, EPC, insulation, PassivHaus, reduce bills