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New research on Generation Z When beginning my work experience at Waterwise, I wondered where I could bring the most value during my two-week placement. I decided to carry out a research project to conduct social research into the water behaviours and environmental attitudes of the Generation Z age group, of which I am one. …

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2019 London Climate Strike It was a privilege and a fortunate coincidence that the biggest and most historic climate strike and protest fell in the time where I was gaining work experience at Waterwise. Myself along with two Waterwise employees attended the 2019 climate strike, outside Westminster alongside 100,000 others. The march was on Friday …

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Glastonbury leading the way on PCC? Some say Glastonbury is the best festival on earth, respected for its world class music acts and magical atmosphere. It is also well known as a “green” festival, with roots in the 1970s environmentalist movement and a reputation for ambitious leadership on environmental concerns since then. Today, it has …

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Save Water Save Wildlife Written by Nathan Richardson We know that many of our rivers, lakes and wetlands are in a perilous state but few of us stop to think when we turn on the kitchen tap or go for a shower how our individual actions are impacting the watery places we treasure. As part …

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#TapThursday – Whitchurch’s young ambassadors for water saving By Nicci Russell, Managing Director of Waterwise   Yesterday I spent the morning exploring water efficiency with the children at Whitchurch C.E. Junior Academy – the really lovely school in our town in North Shropshire that two of my children are lucky enough to attend. Year 3’s topic …

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