Climate Change Cafe, at Black Book Cafe, Stroud, every Thursday, 5 till 7
The Politics Kitchen has started a new initiative for having conversations about climate change and climate emergency, every Thursday in the Black Book cafe , Nelson St, Stroud GL5 2HL, from 5 till 7 (we’ve booked the cafe for these weekly conversations).
Climate Emergency Vigil, Wallbridge/Rowcroft, Stroud –
The Vigil is taking a break for the time being. Further details of other kinds of events and actions will follow in due course.
Tue 14 May, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m., Gloucester Extinction Rebellion – Meeting 1
The Fountain Inn, 53 Westgate Street, GL1 2NW Gloucester.
Group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/950328005356784/
Tue 21 May, Gloucester, Gloucestershire Climate Change Summit
by GFirst LEP and Gloucestershire County Council
Free, 09:30 – 16:00.
The Growth Hub, Oxstalls Campus, Oxstalls Lane, Longlevens, GL2 9HW
Our ambition is to achieve a carbon neutral county by 2050. We want to look at how we can all contribute to the delivery of the most sustainable development and shape communities accordingly, helping to deliver the ambitions of the Gloucestershire Energy Strategy and contribute to updating the County Council’s Climate Change Strategy. The event is jointly hosted by Gfirst LEP and Gloucestershire County Council.’
Tue 21 May 12.30 – 1.30 p.m., AECB Webinar – Climate Change Starts At Home – (Association for Environment Conscious Building)
FREE webinar – AECB (Association for Environment Conscious Building).
‘AECB expert advisor, Sarah Price, leads the next webinar in the 2019 series.
With the Extinction Rebellion, School Strikes for Climate, and Declarations of Climate Emergency by councils and the UK government, people now want to see action – and to take more action themselves.
But for many, the question is “What can I do?” or “What could I do next?”
This webinar is for householders and construction professionals alike – setting out a range of options that individual householders might find useful in their personal journeys towards making their own homes more sustainable.’
Wed 26 June, London. Mass lobby for climate and environment
‘This Summer, the Government will decide whether to end the UK’s contribution to climate change by committing to a net zero emissions target. They will also have the chance to end nature’s decline by committing to a strong Environment Bill. Now is the time to push for bold action.
On June 26th, thousands of us from every corner of Britain will take our message straight to Parliament in what we hope will be the largest mass lobby for climate and the environment the UK has ever seen.’