Environment

New Year's resolutions: film screening of 'Tomorrow'

Young Friends of the Earth Scotland is kick-starting the new year with a forward looking event identifying the changes we want to make happen in 2018.
 
We will be screening the award winning film "Tomorrow" which looks at positive and creative solutions to issues around energy, food, economics, transport and education.
 
We will be then discussing our goals for the coming year and identifying some key targets and practical steps that could be taken to achieve them. 
 
Open to all!
 

Free Festive Dinner

A free meal made with fully found and foraged foods. Everyone welcome. Music/ entertainment afterwards.

Glasgow Autonomous Space has a no alcohol policy. Please get in touch for accessibility information and any questions.

This event is organised by Young Friends of the Earth Scotland, Strath Foodsharing and The Free Vegan Cookout.

 

Successful fossil free campaigns

Friends of the Earth Scotland are delighted to welcome guest speakers who will discuss the transition away from North Sea oil and gas to a low carbon economy and successful fossil free campaigns opposing fracking in the North West of England and oil drilling proposals in the Adriatic Sea.
 
Come to our panel discussion and find out more about how communities are successfully fighting back against fossil fuels and for a just transition as well as the huge potential of Scotland's new economy.
 
Speakers include:

Gloucestershire Climate March – Climate Change: we can Climb it!

Gloucestershire’s Climb for Climate
Stroud, Sunday 21 September

 

Walk starts at The Subscription Rooms and ends in rally and picnic in Rodborough: 1.5 km steep walk uphill!

We will be part of a Global Day of Action to highlight the need for international agreement on capping carbon emissions.

 

Join us! We look forward to seeing you!

Gloucestershire Climate Action Network

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