Energy advisor and environmental researcher Peter Gudde says that if the recent storms have taught us anything, it's 'Be Prepared'
Energy adviser and environmental researcher Peter Gudde has noticed a fall in the number of bugs
Columnist Peter Gudde offers some advice on community energy schemes
Energy expert Peter Gudde explains how you can work out – and reduce – your carbon footprint
Suffolk's Greenest County Awards are back and columnist Peter Gudde is encouraging nominations
Environmental researcher Peter Gudde looks at how green issues are changing our shopping habits
The campaign for action on climate change and the environment is gaining momentum, says columnist Peter Gudde
The message about recycling and sustainability could be beginning to take a hold, according to Green View columnist Peter Gudde
Eating out used to be, and for many still is, a luxury. Maybe, you choose a place to eat because you have heard great things about the food or the atmosphere. Maybe you are looking to have a nice meal out on a budget
Well, it’s been sunny and dry for the last two weeks although as I write the wind has turned and there’s a colder feel.
We ran out of oil at home last weekend. On Friday, we noticed that the heating was not coming on. It happens to the best of us; you’re busy getting on with life, you forget the routine jobs and then you’ve missed a deadline, a date or in my case, the level of boiler juice.
2017 – We are living in interesting times, environmentally speaking. Change is in the air, things are in flux, leading to who knows where?
Last week, I visited a family that had got themselves into financial difficulties.
Getting my kids to turn the lights off has been a real struggle over the years.
I am not sure if this has ever been done before in print, but I would like to claim a World First in this month’s article.
A cautionary tale and hopefully some useful advice. Back in this column 2013, I highlighted waste laws which affected householders when the employ traders to do work for them.
Some of you may know about spoofs of what are termed “modern day adult problems”.
Let me stray into territory where everyone has an opinion – and that’s eating out.
Last week, on St Patrick’s Day, the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) published the findings of its two year investigation into the functioning of the energy supply market.
We are all fundamentally irrational beings. We make decisions every day based on our own skewed sense of the world and frame our justifications accordingly.