The next meeting is a week earlier than usual, on Wednesday 18 January, at 7 pm, at the University of Dundee Chaplaincy (as urgent discussion is needed on the application for a new energy-from-waste combined heat and power plant in Dundee).
Contact us for more details of the meeting and venue.
Now we are considering plans for a new incinerator for “residual waste” proposed next to the existing one at Baldovie.We continue to manage Beachwatch cleanups along the Dundee and Angus shoreline in September each year.We are also arguing for better provision for walkers and cyclists in the mega-millions Waterfront project.And we have been looking at plans for a major investment in sea defences along Dundee’s shoreline as climate change causes sea levels to rise and storms to become more destructive.In November 2016 we held a seminar on Air Pollution and Public Health, looking at the situation in Dundee.
If you’d like to get involved in future events, let us know via the Contact page.
We’re aware of a proposal for a large biomass plant at Inveralmond in Perth, using virgin wood, which would be environmentally damaging and add to air pollution in Perth. on the last Wednesday of every month except December. Sometimes we vary the date to fit in with people’s availability, so please check the events page for any changes of date, time or venue.
All are welcome to our meetings – you don’t have to be a member to come and meet us, and raise issues that are important to you.
We are also the closest local group for North Fife.
Our next meeting is on 18 January 2017 – see below for Dundee and Tayside in January 2014, a series of collaborative meetings has been held to get to know each other better and look at where we can benefit from working together.
Animals tested negative for all diseases and non-native parasites screened for (except a beaver host specific live fluke) and were found to be in We are currently undertaking lodge productivity surveys across Tayside to establish information on kit emergence, including numbers and dates and to provide an assessment on colony size and composition.