The Department for Transport has slammed the brakes on their promise to electrify the UK’s railways, announcing plans to scrap work across the north, the midlands and south Wales.
This means more polluting diesel trains for years to come, not the solar and wind powered railways we need.
The cleaner, greener, faster travel offered by electric trains should be accessible to people across the country, not just those in London and south east England. We've teamed up with the Campaign for Better Transport to ask Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling to think again.
Will you join us?
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Contract: One year (with possibility of extension)
Salary: £24,050 - £26,550pa depending on experience.
Location: Camden Town, north London
Hours: Full time
Hi, we’re 10:10 – we bring people together to do bold, beautiful things that help tackle climate change.
Are you someone with a real passion for getting stuff done, especially when it comes to clean energy and climate solutions? Do you love the idea of working with communities and practitioners to take projects from a twinkle in the eye to having real impact and laying the groundwork for scaled-up solutions? Are you a plate spinner - able to jump from a phone call with a passionate volunteer to a meeting with a commercial developer or policy maker? Do you know we won’t get the job of tackling climate change done unless we’re willing to get our hands dirty with some real world solutions, and get as many people involved in those solutions as possible?
We should talk.
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