Shaping North Ayrshire process
Reduce the number of cars travelling to and from Garnock Community Campus on short journeys each day by re-looking at the bus service for school children. There are now around 40 cars travelling to and from the campus at this time where there could be one or two buses.
Solar Power Heating systems in every home to ensure cheap electricity and save money to residents and tenants in every home .
Councils encouraging use of tidal energy and wave powered initiatives.
Wind turbines are fine when there is wind but the tide is predictable, tide streams are predictable and well know to mariners. Harnessing the power of tides and tide steams would make great sense in Scotland as much as anywhere and if we seized the initiative them we would reap the rewards.
The cash back for bottles and cans will have positive results.
We should have recycle bins as well as litter bins for example in public palces for example parks and outside irvine mall.
My daughter first inspired me to drop plastic bag use after a year working in France in 2004. She continues to challenge me to change - taking boxes to the butchers for fresh meat instead of buying cling wrapped supermarket trays, glass milk bottles and beeswax covers instead of cling wrap. Every little helps
With the support of connected communities, I suggest encouraging better relations to connect the pockets of communities within localities and break down the divide. Working together sharing resources, ideas, time and care to strengthen the stability of our areas and environment to make it enjoyable for all. This cohesiveness would perhaps encourage residents, local businesses and young people to band together to maintain their home towns.