Tag Archive for 'Andrew Casebow'

Can Guernsey feed itself?

January 19th, 2011 by Andrew Casebow

Self-sufficiency is a great idea and one that is in the ascendancy again at the present time. Policy makers are also concerned about ‘Food Security’ and it’s tempting to put the two ideas together. First let’s just think about ‘food security’. The world population is expanding and in the 1970’s there were just over three […]

Green Energy: What’s in it for Guernsey? – A personal viewpoint by Dr Andrew Casebow, States Agriculture and Environment Adviser

June 16th, 2010 by Andrew Casebow

Guernsey has long had a name as a ‘green island’, largely due to its countryside, its farming and wildlife, but it is now gaining a name as a ‘green’ island in another sense, because it is developing renewable energy. But, with all the current interest in ‘green’ energy we need to ask some critical questions: […]

Minutes of the Jersey Climate Action Network meeting on 28 April 2009

May 2nd, 2009 by Jeremy Harris

Jersey Climate Action Network (J-CAN) met at the Frances Le Sueur Centre, Les Mielles, St Ouen, Jersey on 28 April 2009. Francis Binney, Mark Forskitt, Stephen Harewood, Jeremy Harris, Nigel Jones, Stephen Le Quesne, Jo McAllister, Joy Thomson and Anna Wimberley attended the meeting. Francis Binney reported on Earth Hour on 28th March, which was […]