Brighton and Hove 1010 and Brighton Peace & Environment Centre are looking for volunteers to take part in a series of free workshops that help people and communities adapt to the challenges posed by the changing climate.
They are offering six free evening workshops in Hollingdean for 8-12 people over 10 weeks from the end of September. Workshops will look at all aspects of our lives – everything from food, transport, waste, energy and heating – and give people the leadership and practical skills to:
- Identify and act on opportunities to improve homes, neighbourhoods and the city to be better adapted to climate change impacts
- Understand the benefits of living in ways that improve rather than harm the local environment
- Inspire others to take action on climate change in their community
- Work with other local people to tackle climate change-related community challenges
The workshops are fun, hands-on and thought provoking. No prior knowledge is needed – just an open mind. If you are interested in finding out more and/or would like to take part, please contact Flemmich Webb, (chair) Brighton and Hove 10:10 on email@example.com