Edinburgh Joint Networking Event Friday 20th June, 9.30am -12.30/4pm at Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation. You are invited to share your success factors, what has worked well, and what more is needed to support enduring initiatives which don’t fade when the grants stop. Come for the Workshop only or stay on for the afternoon.BOOK NOW via www.
All CCF projects supporting climate change action are invited – especially those in University and College settings. This will provide an opportunity for all to share experiences and plan for legacy impact. It will be an opportunity to actively feed ideas into the next stage of the TESS research project.
9.30 Registration and Coffee with Requests and Offers wall / display of project materials
10.00 Welcome by workshop Chair Dr Liz Dinnie, Principal Investigator, James Hutton Institute,
/ Get to know each other / Issue Identification / Who is who?
10.20 What have Grass-Roots bodies achieved so far in Scotland?
Research Findings: Dr Philip Revell, Climate Futures Researcher / Project Coordinator,
Sustaining Dunbar and chair of SCCAN – followed by discussion / Q&A
11.00 Discussion in groups – working to address the issues arising from opening session
12.00 Feedback: What has worked well so far / sharing tips
What sort of support is needed in future?
Compiling views for Scottish Government and other stakeholders.
12.30 Lunch and close main Findings Workshop
13.00-14.30 There will be an opportunity to discuss your project with Julian Holbrook from Keeping Scotland Beautiful AND for local projects to network – the room is booked all day.
Close of the whole day at around 17.00. Thanks to support from KSB CASP and the ECCI there is no charge for the event.
Please note that there is disabled and Electric Vehicle parking only so come by public transport. Location / transport details at www.ed.ac.uk/maps?building=
For more information contact: David Somervell, EAUC-Scotland convener 07743 759 528
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“Towards European Societal Sustainability” at www.climatefutures.co.uk/
Scottish Communities Climate Action Network at www.scottishcommunitiescan.
Climate Challenge Fund at www.keepscotlandbeautiful.
Sustainable Scotland Network at www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/
Transition Edinburgh at http://transitionedinburgh.
Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges at www.eauc.org.uk/scotland
University of Edinburgh SRS Department at www.ed.ac.uk/sustainability