Friday 25 November, 12 noon to 3pm
The Hidden Gardens, 25a Albert Drive, Glasgow G41 2PE
Free, but must be booked in advance
This event is hosted by the Ethnic Minority Environmental Network (EMEN).
Loosely timed to follow on from Interfaith Week, this event is a fantastic opportunity for members of community groups that run a community building such as a community hall or faith building.
Chris Morris from Local Energy Scotland will talk about the Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) and how it can help your community. CARES provides funding and support to make your building greener by installing renewable technologies such as heat pumps and solar panels.
Another great reason to attend will be to reflect on progress made in Scotland a year after COP26 and the road ahead via Egypt and beyond.
This event is hosted by the Ethnic Minority Environmental Network (EMEN). EMEN creates connections between ethnic minority groups and individuals, and mainstream organisations addressing climate change and climate justice in Scotland. EMEN promotes local and national actions that address climate change while being more inclusive of ethnic minority voices.
EMEN events are always a wonderful opportunity to meet interest people, share some delicious food, and make connections between like-minded organisations and individuals.
This event is free to attend, but you must book in advance.