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On June 4th at 7:30pm Liverpool Friends of the Earth and Merseyside Environmental Trust invite you to the first annual Gary Mahoney Memorial Debate; in the Pearce Room, Britannia Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool L3 5UL.
A stimulating panel of speakers, chaired by Roger Phillips of BBC Radio Merseyside, will discuss “Green Routes to Justice: how we can achieve human fairness and planetary survival” – in the light of the recent General and local elections, among other factors.
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To find out a little more about our plans to grow a massive climate movement you can check out the international climate pages on the FOE website, and also we’ve got a page of key dates. Some of them have passed, but most of them are still relevant.
This year has tons of opportunities for mobilising locally and nationally so let’s use to build and even stronger, bigger and more diverse climate movement in Liverpool. We could do that in lots of ways, and ultimately it’s up to you – the people of Liverpool – what you want to do. But we’ve got some suggestions:
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WANT TO UNDERSTAND HOW ENERGY WORKS AND HOW WE CAN REDUCE OUR USE?
WANT TO GET BACK TO WORK?
THINKING ABOUT LAUNCHING A COMMUNITY ENERGY PROJECT OR INITIATIVE?
The L1 Accredited Award in Understanding Energy & Employability is a FREE twelve week course providing knowledge, skills and competencies around the topic of energy, energy use and the role of renewable energy in tackling climate change and an ever-changing energy market.
It equips participants to reduce their own energy use, acts a ‘carbon champions’ in their own communities or to start working in the energy sector, one of the UK’s fastest growing labour markets.
Course are starting soon in the Clubmoor/Tuebrook area and the City Centre.
All learning materials will be provided and there is help with travel costs.
The courses are friendly and jargon-free.
No prior knowledge of energy or renewable energy is necessary and you’ll gain valuable knowledge and experiences.
Individuals and community groups are welcome to participate.
If you are interested, email Good Neighbour Community Energy on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07908603884 and ask for Mark
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Mark Shooter, GNCE
Local action to cut CO2 will boost the local economy, create jobs and slash your fuel bills. Councils have a big part to play in tackling climate change and we want them to do much more right now.
This is a national campaign and you can find more information here. The Liverpool group has been pursuing this locally. Within the context of the deepest cuts to City Council budgets this is not easy, but we are keen to support the development of Liverpool as a Low Carbon leader.