Community Engagement Forum – Beating the winter blues with nature
The Climate Action Fife project runs an informal 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.
At the forum on 14th December we will be sharing all our ideas on how to make the most of nature to help cope with the winter blues. Research has shown us that being outdoors and being active can help combat the winter blues. This could be an immersive activity like forest bathing or cold-water swimming - or a short action like taking time to watch a minibeast or bird go about its life from your window. We will be sharing our ideas on how to link these well-being activities to action on biodiversity and climate change.
The forum usually takes place every two months on the third Thursday of the month. It’s a lunchtime session with some presentations/talks and guided discussion as well as a chance to bounce ideas off some supportive Fife folk for your engagement plans.
It’s open to all those interested in climate action - 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 Every meeting, we will have a different topic to guide our discussion.
Please contact Mandy Polling if you would like to attend. Email email@example.com