Building alliances and connections

Building strong alliances and connections locally is important because the climate and ecological crisis affects everything and everyone. Here are just a few events, actions and activities to get involved with locally with other groups:

Nottingham Warm Homes

Saturday 18th November 11.30-14.30.
Join to make a community quilt at Tiger Community Hub, in partnership with Friends of the Earth, Warm Homes campaign, Broxtowe Green Umbrella and Climate Action Notts.
Book a free place here.

Gedling Climate and Nature Convention

Saturday 18th November 10.00-15.00
Want to have your say about climate crisis concerns? Head to the Civic Centre, in Arnold to hear expert speakers, ask questions, raise concerns and learn what we can do to address the climate and nature emergency.
Book a free place here

Greenpeace Operation Climate Vote

A few ways to join the exciting new Greenpeace campaign, canvassing locally to make a green vote in the next election…
Go to the next meeting on Monday 4th December 6-7pm at Shop Zero, Friar Lane.
Or go to the upcoming canvassing:
Bulwell on 13th November or Toton on 19th November. Contact email hidden; JavaScript is required for details and training.
Nottingham Greenpeace Website.

Tiger Meets Lion Fundraising Gig

Saturday 9th December from 4pm.
Support Tiger CIC in their upcoming move and continuation alongside Punks 4 the Homeless. Acoustic music, lovely vegan food and community building in action.
Book tickets here.

Film at Mammoth Climate Cinema

Would you like to see a film about how it all began? Mammoth Climate Cinema are screening Conscientious Protectors: A Story of Rebellion Against Extinction, including a Q&A with the director afterwards. Friday 17th November from 6pm.  Book tickets here.