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Event Details

Event Date

14 March 2020 12:00pm - 2:15pm

Location

Leamington Spa Baptist Church
Chandos Street
Leamington Spa
Warwickshire
CV32 4RN
United Kingdom

Waste and Recycling and Saving Energy
As individuals what more can we do to reduce carbon footprint?

Guest Speakers: Caroline Faulkner and Richard Milward
Waste Projects Officer
WCC Waste Management
Richard Milward – Community Outreach Officer at
Act On Energy – a non-profit organisation and registered
Environmental charity based in Warwickshire.

Caroline Faulkner and Richard Milward have kindly agreed to come and address the local UN Association.
Caroline will be speaking on Waste and Recycling - what can we recycle / what can't we recycle / how to reduce the amount of waste we create? Caroline works in the Waste Management division of the County Council and will give an overview of the responsibilities of local authorities/Council have in relation to waste and recycling and also what is our responsibility as householders and individuals.

Richard works as a Community Outreach officer with Act On Energy. He will be speaking on Energy Efficiency – how can we manage our energy consumption more effectively at home and stay warm and save money. Act on Energy encourage energy conservation by providing free and impartial advice to householders and small businesses in the West Midlands.

Act on Energy is a non-profit organisation and a registered environmental charity based in Warwickshire. They cooperate with national, regional and local authorities as well as charities; health professionals and partners within the energy sector. Also work with a number of organisations and provide a range of services such as advice, consultancy, conferencing and training in order to support people in our local communities and to meet their needs of affordable warmth and energy.

Climate Change: During the past 18 months headlines has been made on climate emergency and especially the young climate activist Greta Thunberg and how she has inspired millions of young people—as well as adults—to protest to raise awareness about the climate crisis. This has received widespread support and praise for her raising global awareness of the climate crisis, alongside a number of young climate activists around the world. Also during this period another activist group Extinction Rebellion has used non-violent methods to encourage those in power to take action on climate and environment issues.

There will be the usual Ploughman`s Lunch including tea/coffee - £3.50 per head.

 

Contact

Contact

Gian Clare

Telephone

01926338430 or 07591360440