Community Action Against Climate Change

We are excited to announce some of the expert speakers who will join the insightful discussion, including:

Louisa Harvey, Community Climate Action Team Leader, Scottish Government

Joan Lawrie, Project Manager, North Highlands & Islands Climate Hub

Nick Fraser, keeper of natural sciences, National Museums Scotland

Dr Andy Kerr FRSE, UK and Ireland lead, EIT Climate-KIC

The pandemic revealed the impact of poverty and disadvantage on coping with lockdowns, including whether it was possible to work from home or have access to green space. Climate change will continue to expose further inequalities within our society, disproportionately affecting those from marginalised communities. There is an urgent need to look at the prejudices of climate change and how these impact individuals and communities.

As more households fall below the fuel poverty line, we need to work with communities to identify alternative solutions and minor improvements to tackle climate change in an affordable, community-focused and sustainable way. Reinforcing that climate action can be created and sustained through small and tangible steps.

A group of people on a farm

When:

Tuesday April 12th, 2022 18:00-19:00

Where:

Online

Tickets:

Free