WARRINGTON’S two MPs are guests speakers at an online Climate Change event taking place in Warrington this week.
Co-organised by the Warrington CEE Bill Alliance, the event takes place this Thursday, April 15, 17:30 – 19:00, with free registration on Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/2P9ZVxv
National climate charity Hope for the Future, have partnered with Warrington CEE Bill Alliance to bring together local people and political representatives for a free virtual event focused on platforming local voices to discuss their concerns about climate change and how the problem will be tackled by the Warrington community.
Taking place this Thursday 15th April, the event will bring together a range of voices from across the town to share their stories on climate change.
Speakers featured include Warrington residents from the NHS, local nature conservation, education and business, as well as local MPs Andy Carter and Charlotte Nichols.
The event aims to give a chance for local residents to hear a range of voices from across Warrington. Attendees don’t need to have any prior knowledge of climate change, but may just be interested in discussing the future of their own community.
Co-organisers Warrington CEE Bill Alliance say: ‘We are hoping to start an open dialogue about climate change across the community in Warrington, and to help our MPs understand local people’s concerns and hopes for climate action. If we are going to raise the profile of climate issues in local communities, we need more public involvement in climate action, and for our politicians to listen to local people’s concerns. We’re really looking forward to hearing real, honest stories from people who live and work in Warrington’.
Hope for the Future say: ‘We’re so excited to be supporting the group to organise this unique and timely event, we need a more diverse range of voices in the climate movement, and I can’t wait to hear from our local speakers in Warrington’.