Show 'real people' not staged photo-ops. Images showing 'real people' doing 'real work' help to generate a sense of climate solutions being integrated into daily life.
Despite its high population density, the UK has a significant resource of wood which could be use in a sustainable way as fuel, including ’waste‘ from tree surgery and from manufacturing, much of which currently goes to landfill. There are also existing woodlands, and new coppice plantations. The rising price of conventional energy over the last few years has made wood-fuel cheaper (per kWh) than fossil fuels and electricity for heating.
Workers from Wood Energy installing a wood chip Binder boiler system on site in Redhill, Surrey to provide heat for 13 blocks of flats. Woodfuel Co-operative Initiative, Renewable Energy 4 Devon - 2007 Ashden Award winners.