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  • How can we communicate climate change to our communities?

    Created: 11/10/2017, Updated: 12/10/2017

    When: Friday 10 November 2017 from 9.30am-2.00pm

    Where: Kirkcaldy Town House, Kirkcaldy

    This free, informal and practical networking event is being run by Greener Kirkcaldy in partnership with the Fife Communities Climate Action Network.

    The aim of this event is focused on sharing learning around communicating climate change. It will help you to:

    • Explore ways in which you can communicate climate change to your community and share/learn from approaches and experiences used by others;
    • Try out the 'Climate Conversations' pack which has been designed for use by any community group;
    • Meet others working in Fife and to build connections.

    Lunch will be included.

    Key speaker - John Wincott, from Fife College will present a talk 'Climate Change - best not to talk about it, hey?'. 

    Climate Change is still a difficult subject for people to talk about and engage with. Why is this? How can we get past that hurdle? And what can we do to open out the discussion?

    The event is free but booking is required as spaces are limited.

    To book your place please click here.




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