Community Group Engagement Forum

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Are you looking for ideas to engage your community on the Climate Emergency? Or do you have climate engagement experiences that you could share with others?

The Climate Action Fife project runs an informal monthly forum for Fife based groups to share ideas on what works when talking about climate change, what resources you have found to work and what tools you need to keep/get the conversation going. 

Our aim is to create a way for all community groups in Fife to develop their climate knowledge, have access to resources to help them do so, and thus allowing them to deliver their services in a more climate friendly way.

It’s a lunchtime session with some presentations and guided discussion as well as a chance to bounce ideas of some supportive Fife folk for your engagement plans.

It’s open to all community organisations – those that are climate change organisations, as well as those who work on other community issues, but want to include climate action/education in their day-to-day delivery.

Each month, we will have a different topic to guide our discussion. Please feel free to bring any resources you have developed or used along to share. This could be something used at public events or used in a formal setting. We will look at ease of use, how to use and what’s the take-away message or win.

Meet ups are planned to take place on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 12pm to 1pm on Zoom.

Please contact Alistair Macleod if you would like to attend, am296@st-andrews.ac.uk

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