Sat 2 Dec 2023, 10:00am – 1:00pm
In this session you will learn how:
Nicole Barton, Volunteer and Events Co-ordinator, Cambridge Carbon Footprint
Nicole Barton joined Cambridge Carbon Footprint in January 2014. Nicole has significant experience working in the not-for-profit sector engaging volunteers and supporters and organising events both big and small.
Chris Pointon, Cambridgeshire Climate Emergency
Chris leads Cambridgeshire Climate Emergency (CCE), a voluntary group that organises a network of community climate leaders to provide support, advice and resources for one another. Chris sits on the engagement subcommittee of the Combined Authority’s climate change working group where he advocates for greater involvement of communities in all the authority’s climate workstreams. In his day job, Chris is a Product Manager for Icebreaker One, a not-for-profit creating a web of data to accelerate the transition to net-zero.
Alana Sinclair, Manager, Cambridge Carbon Footprint
Alana Sinclair joined Cambridge Carbon Footprint in November 2012 having already volunteered in the CCF office. Before moving to Cambridge she worked with Waste Watch engaging the public in food waste recycling, and studied a Masters of Sustainability in her native Australia.
This event is part five of six in our Net Zero Now training programme. You don’t have to have attended the previous sessions to come along to this session. It is designed for people involved in or setting up community climate initiatives, e.g. green groups, parish councillors etc. and those involved in other community groups looking to do what they can, e.g. church groups, scout groups etc. There will be opportunities to network, and meet like minded individuals.
This workshop is part of the Cambridge Carbon Footprint Net Zero Now winter programme. Click here to find out more about the programme and our other sessions. Funded by South Cambridge District Council and the National Lottery.
Enid Porter Room, The Museum of Cambridge, 2-3 Castle St Cambridge CB3 0AQ