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In order to spark new climate conversations, we run and speak at a wide range of public events.
This one day virtual conference is part of the ESRC seminar series CASCADE-NET: Civil agency, society and climate adaptation to weather extremes. The event is being co-hosted by the Centre for Water, Communities and Resilience, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK National Flood Forum and Climate Outreach.
Speakers will be from academia, policy and practice (civic society, government and resilience agencies) and will include our Senior Communities Lead Alex Randall, as well as opening remarks by our Research & Programmes Director Dr Adam Corner.
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Emmanuela Yogolelo and Samuella Ganda will creatively engage the audience, using music and other art forms, in a conversation about climate justice activism.
They will be joined by artist-activist Kooj Chuhan and our Senior Communities Lead Alex Randall for a thought provoking discussion about the ways in which colonialism, conflict, race and migration connect with climate change, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) and people arriving from there to the UK.
Photo credit: Molly Bergen/WCS, WWF, WRI
Join us for the launch of one our biggest projects this year, Britain Talks Climate. We'll walk through our key insights and recommendations, as well as our interactive online toolkit and downloadable materials. These tools are designed to equip campaigners and communicators with the insights they need to shape the national debate in a way that draws on shared values and avoids division.
Britain Talks Climate is a collaboration between Climate Outreach and the European Climate Foundation (ECF), based on an extensive research process led by More in Common, ECF and YouGov.
Photo credit: Franklin Heijnen / CC BY-SA 2.0