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Environment

NDYC is seeking support from ALL members to help decarbonise our club and to encourage all members to support the RYA initiative and sign the RYA The Green Blue Pledge click RYA GreenBlue Pledge  it only takes a couple of minutes and every 'pledge' is recorded by the RYA against NDYC. Thanks for your support. 

We have a new Environmental Policy and an action plan that will be manager in monthly General Committee meetings

Going Green is critical in our UNESCO World Heritage area of North Devon and Lundy and will effect all members in the way you enjoy your sport.  This page will provide resources to all members to help improve the way we enjoy the estuary and wider waters off the N Devon Coast.  Through this page you can see the improvements we are making.  Please follow the links on the page and do check out the RYA The Green Blue website and consider signing the Green Blue Pledge.

NDYC Environmental Working Group

Formed to inform, inspire and enable NDYC and its members to make more environmentally sustainable choices as part of the RYA and British Marine The Green Blue initiative within the scope of the Clubs environmental policy.

We have identified SIX areas for focus:-

1.Encourage best environmental practice

2. Manage our waste, reduce, re-use, recycle

3. Minimise use of water

4. Minimise the use of electricity

5. Manage pollution risks to protect local watercourses

6. Publicise our progress and increase awareness of our environment project

NEWS: Massive thanks to the Youth Squad for volunteering to survey and collect rubbish from the boat park and foreshore. The biggest environmental menace was discarded cable ties and disposable gloves. Let's all make an effort to dispose of our rubbish correctly and not leave it for others.

Last updated 6:58pm on 12 June 2024

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