To accompany the hugely popular ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ exhibition at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, which is on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, there will be events in July in association with The Deep, one of the exhibition’s partners.
The team at the University of Hull’s Aura Innovation Centre are calling for people to use this year’s Humber Business Week to take action to make their organisations greener.
The Humber’s net-zero centre, Aura Innovation Centre, which supports small businesses to bring their low carbon ideas to life, will be running several events over the week which will help organisations begin their journey to sustainability.
Work on converting a former radio studio into high-end office space and apartments has been placed on hold after the arrival in the building of a colony of puffins.
The birds may be fibreglass rather than flesh and feathers, but they appealed to Rachel and James Murray’s passion for culture and have brought work to a standstill at their site, The Boathouse offices, next to Hull Marina.
Bus lane cameras in Hull have been switched back on this week.
The move comes in line with Hull City Council’s Cabinet decision made in December 2021 to retain 7am – 6.30pm bus lanes following a successful trial period in which buses reported nine per cent faster journey times.
Residents in the East Riding are being encouraged to complete an online survey about fast food litter.
The waste and recycling team at East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking people to take part in the consultation to air their views on how the littering of packaging from fast food outlets affects the area.
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, whose constituency is set to include vital energy-generating infrastructure at Saltend Chemicals Park and the Yorkshire Energy Park, has met Energy Minister, Greg Hands, to back plans for a 600-megawatt, low-carbon hydrogen production plant.