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A taste of climate action in Cambridge

28 Apr 2021 15:30 17:00

Interested in tackling the climate and nature emergency through the power of food? Catch up on this virtual learning network to see what local action can look like and what we can all be doing to help.

A taste of climate action in Cambridge was an online virtual networking event bringing together local and national organisations. It aimed to showcase what local action on climate change can look like, using work in Cambridge as an example; How this can help ensure a just transition; And provide a space for attendees to share their own work, discuss opportunities and challenges and create networks.

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There were a host of questions and the format allowed for lots of discussion so we've written up the highlights in this blog

This event was organised as part of the Food Learning Forum, a peer-learning network made up of programme managers of Lottery-funded projects related to food. Funded by the National Lottery, the Forum aims to draw together expertise from both within the organisations and from external facilitators as appropriate and share this with wider food and farming networks. It is coordinated by Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming and has been running since October 2019. 
 

 

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Published 28 Apr 2021

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