We’re finalising the details for what promises to be a great event. We’re keeping it online again for 2021, and are excited to be coming together to learn, share, celebrate and be inspired. Hot on the heels of COP26 we’re going to exploring the themes around how imagination and storytelling can galvanise communities to be the change they want to see. Our overarching aim is “Creating our Future Story”. If you couldn’t make last year, here’s a snippet of what SkillShare is all about.
SkillShare (on Saturday 13th Nov) is open to all. SkillShare Plus (on Monday 15th Nov) is focussed more on the work of our CAG Devon membership.
We have two great speaker with us to get the conversations going. Then a Q&A panel discussion plus some time for networking and practical activities shared by Peter.
Where is Devon at in tackling the climate emergency?
You’ll be hearing from Emily Reed from the Devon Climate Emergency (DCE) about DCE’s work, findings from the recent Climate Assembly, what’s next for the Interim Carbon Plan, and what part CAG Devon groups play in contributing to the delivery of the plan.
Understanding systems and the impact of local climate action.
Peter Lefort (Uni of Exeter) will be outlining new research around positive tipping points, which can make sense of the complex way that change happens around us. Using examples from community-based groups (including from CAG Oxfordshire), he’ll also be sharing two practical exercises to explore how these ideas can help environmental organisations and groups to tell their story, both to themselves and to others. These stories can attract new volunteers, partners, funds and be the driving motivation for further positive climate action.
Details and booking here.