The background presentations to the Climate Change and Allotments meeting held on 22nd November 2007.
Springwatch.. observing nature - If you want to send your recordings and observations of nature to help a national assessment of Britain's ecology, you can send them to Springwatch, a BBC programme.
Thames Valley Farmers Coop Markets - Details of Farmer Coop Markets around Oxfordshire- 6 listed for Oxfordshire.
UK Climate Impacts Programme - The UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP) provides scenarios that show how our climate might change and co-ordinates research on dealing with our future climate.
Worms go to work on waste - 30 tonnes of worms are working in factories in Monmouthshire to process our biodegradable waste. Read about their contribution to society in this BBC article.
** WORK IN PROGRESS - MORE TO BE ADDED SOON **
See Megan Gawith's presentation - Gardening in a Changing Climate - Impacts for Allotment Holders
See Tim Trecher's Presentation - what Tim planted on his allotment after the flooding. See what crops he managed to grow seven weeks after this photo was taken:
How did allotment-holders cope with the floods?
What did they sow after the floods? See the results of the questionnaire we did on the evening of the meeting here.
Explore more gardening pages
Gardening in the Global Greenhouse - see how an East Oxford gardener is adapting to climate change.
See Dr. Polly Ericksen's slides from her talk at the Botanic Gardens. Polly is the science officer for the Global Environmental Change and Food Systems (GECAFS) project.