The temporary online home of

"Sustainable Dartmouth"

How will Dartmouth respond to the Climate and Biodiversity Emergency?

 

 

Mouth of River Dart

 

 

      

Links to more information. Choose a subject below or
Enter Daffs Forum to explore for yourself

How to Join this Sustainability Group

Our Good News Page

Devon CC Climate Action Plans

What are the Aims of Sustainable Dartmouth?

Enviromental Groups in and around Dartmouth

Trees Hedges, Farming and Gardening

We are linked to Dartmouth Green Partnership

We have linked up with Sustainable South Hams

How can I help?

Interested in getting Charge Points for EVs locally?

Dartmouth has joined the multitude of towns, cities and villages across the land in forming its own Sustainability Group. In harmony with Sustainable Dittisham, Sustainable South Brent and many others, we are:
“Sustainable Dartmouth”.

As you would expect the focus of the group is on environmental issues, and we exist in the context of the Climate and Biodiversity Emergencies declared nationally by Parliament, and locally by Devon County Council and South Hams District Council.
Concerned residents of Dartmouth and the surrounding villages,
“How are we to responding to these emergencies?”
“How can we help?”

 

 

Email for more information:

info@daffs.org

 

Why daffs?
Sustainable Dartmouth
was briefly known as
Dartmouth Area For Future Sustainability
- daffs for short.
Local artist
Simon Drew
generously designed
our logo to fit.

 

 

 
You will almost certainly know quite a lot about Climate Change, Pollution, and the Loss of Biodiversity
There is a wealth of information and advice on the internet, of course and if you'd like to get involved in one of our
local projects please contact us at info@daffs.org.
 

 

Do you live or work in The Dartmouth Cluster (Dartmouth, Blackawton, Cornworthy, Dittisham, Kingswear, Strete or Stoke Fleming)?

We would like to know how people in this part of Devon are responding to the environmental issues that confront us all. Devon County Council and South Hams District Council have declared Climate and Biodiversity Emergencies and we have learnt that Blackawton and Dittisham villages have both formed Sustainability Groups. Dartmouth Green Partnership has had “sustainable environmental improvements” as one of their “Purposes” for some time. Sustainable Dartmouth will be focusing its attention on the environmental issues of the town, and is preparing a new website for that purpose. Until that is published please make use of this site to contact us and/or join the discussions that you'll find on our forum.
We'd like you to hear how individuals, organizations and businesses are responding to the environmental emergencies in this corner of South Devon.

Residents old and young are making changes great and small - so let's hear about them and talk about them. From changing diet to changing cars; from flying abroad less to encouraging wildlife in your garden – let us know how you are helping and how you would like to help by contacting us by email or through the forum.

 

 

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