Dulwich Going Greener

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Dulwich Going Greener

What is Dulwich Going Greener?

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Dulwich is a wonderful place to live and we want it to stay that way. Dulwich Going Greener (DGG) is a voluntary organisation that wants a greener and truly low-carbon Dulwich to become a reality.

Our objectives are to:

  • Reduce energy demand and improve energy efficiency in Dulwich homes, businesses, public buildings and transport
  • Increase the uptake of renewable and low carbon technologies
  • Contribute to wider initiatives to combat climate change, especially in London.

We aim to do this by:

  • Raising awareness of climate change and opportunities for positive action
  • Engaging with the local community and organisations to promote environmental awareness
  • Advocating action on climate change in the wider London community
  • Implementing projects to secure our objectives
  • Using resources responsibly and sustainably.

We will measure success by

  • Establishing Dulwich's carbon footprint and evaluating progress in reducing it
  • Monitoring and evaluating changes in environmental values and actions in the local community

DGG was set up in September 2006 with the valuable assistance of funding from UnLtd, a charitable organisation set up by seven leading organisations that promote social entrepreneurship. It was founded Juliet Filose, Alpha Hopkins and Philip Stamp and is registered charity no. 1120682. The trustees include Bruno Guillaume (treasurer) and Niki Parker (current acting chairman). Apart from funding from UnLtd, the organisation has received money from Dulwich Community Council and Southwark's Cleaner, Greener, Safer fund.


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