The answers to these questions were correct at the time of writing and are offered in good faith.

How can I donate to CFB funds?

We always welcome cash donations to help us with our work.  This can be easily done by card or through PayPal on the Support Us page.

How can I find out about your tree planting activities?

They will be advertised on this website on the Biodiversity page as well as in our e-newsletter which you can sign up to on our Home Page.

Where can I get hold of an Active Travel Map?

They are available, free of charge from the Tourist Information Centre, library, TT Cycles, Made in Bradford and the 3 town schools.  Downloadable PDF.

How can I help with CFB’s work?

You can find out about how you can help on our Support us page.

I live in a 150 year old house. How can I reduce my energy bills?

You may find helpful the energy section on this website.

What are “zero waste” events?

They are events where no waste or rubbish is left behind.  So, anything brought should be in re-usable or recyclable packaging and any waste re-cycled or composted.  If you are helping to organise an event this check list will help you make it a zero waste event.

What’s the 2050 campaign all about?

It’s really a pledge or commitment to reduce your reliance on fossil fuels and use clean, renewable energy.  So, you are changing your behaviour to make a serious effort to reduce your CO2 emissions to as low a level as you possibly can.

What happens at the monthly meetings?

Monthly meetings are a chance to get updates on the latest CFB news, meet other like minded people and find out more about a topical, climate change related subject, usually from an outside speaker.  Once a year we hold a review meeting and occasionally screen a climate related film. The meetings are always interesting and well attended and are totally open and inclusive.

What is meant by carbon neutrality?

Carbon Neutrality will be achieved through creating a balance between reducing carbon emissions and increasing clean energy provision, so we reach the stage of  consuming no more energy than we produce.