More new stuff on the website

26 November 2020

There's lots of new information and online events from various sources on the website even since we highlighted the last lot in the newsletter!

From SCCAN  
An introduction to Sir David Attenborough's latest film 'A life on Our Planet', in the form of a report on a screening organised by SCCAN in November, with a link to a trailer and information on how to view the film on Netflix.

A toolkit on how to organise and conduct climate education and discussion from Climate Outreach.

Both of these are on our Climate change page.

From Home Energy Scotland / Changeworks
News of a series of short webinars next week (8-10 December) on how to save energy in the home this winter.  Details on the Events calendar.

An interim assessment by the Climate Emergency Response Group of progress on the Scottish Government's Green Recovery and Climate Emergency response.  At Climate change / Scottish Government Climate Change Plan.

Forwarded by Martin Sherring
The first of a series of webinars on 'Economics for Activists' by Laurie Macfarlane, on 15 December.  Laurie Macfarlane is economics editor at openDemocracy, and a research associate at the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose. Formerly senior economist at the New Economics Foundation, he's the co-author of 'Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing'.  Details on the Events calendar.


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