Climate and Nature action in Brislington – next steps!
Wednesday 20 September
6.15pm – 8.00pm
St Cuthbert’s Church Hall
Sandy Park Rd, Brislington, Bristol BS4 3PG
(Enter at the bottom of the church /lower road)
Free, please let us know you’re attending through the link here.
Join us for our next community workshop on climate and nature action in Brislington.
The session will help us to create a climate action plan for Brislington – which is all about making Brislington a happy, healthy place to live for everyone, and taking positive action for our planet at the same time.
So far we have explored the question of “How do we create an inclusive climate action plan for Brislington?” and looked at the carbon footprints of the area.
In this session we will:
- Review all the issues and ideas which have come up so far.
- See what priorities are coming through, what might be missing and where we need more information.
- Ask what voices might be missing and what we can do to change that.
Whether you have a specific area of interest or are just interested to find out more about local climate and nature action, we’d love you to join us.
We are proud to collaborate with Bristol Green Capital’s ‘community climate action Project,’ which places community leadership at the forefront of efforts to address climate challenges and inequality. Our mission is to find common ground, facilitate practical actions, and expand the conversation to include more voices.
The event will be led by Georgia Bate from Bricks at St Anne’s House. For further information or if you’re interested in getting involved, please reach out to Georgia at email@example.com or leave a message at 07709 264 201. If you’re unable to attend this event but want to stay informed about future events, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Everyone is welcome – regardless if you attended a session before. You don’t need to have any knowledge or expertise of the subject to be part of these conversations. There will be drinks and snacks to enjoy also.