3 talks unpacking how to form The Parallel Non-Monetary Economy of the 99% How do we address Climate Crisis more rapidly WITHOUT waiting for political and corporate engagement? The answer is the Parallel Non-Monetary Economy of the 99%. Three talks from articles appearing in International Times unpack the processes required, the existing agencies and movements that can establish this EXISTING SEPARATE economy in just 2 years, without requiring money or conflicting with existing global capitalism. From author of forthcoming book – ‘A Chance For Everyone:…Continue Reading “Avoiding Earthxit”
Workers Solidarity, Coal Mining & Climate Change An afternoon focused on the political situation in Colombia. With speakers addressing coal mining in Colombia, workers solidary through trade unions, and how these issues relate to climate change. There will also be Latin music, and a street protest led by XR. All welcome, free event, donations accepted, wheelchair accessible.
EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS. Tree life – an introduction An introductory talk by artist and tree surgeon, Jim Roseveare. Using specially selected timber we will look at the fascinating inner world of trees. How is wood made? How long can a tree grow? How does a tree adapt to its environment? The Woodland Trust Tree Charter petition will be available to sign – the charter for trees, woods and people. Our right to the benefits of trees and woods.
Find out how to get involved in the campaign to get East Sussex County Council to stop funding climate change (event includes a screening of the short film ‘Divest’) It makes no sense to invest in companies that undermine our future. We need an apartheid-style boycott to save the planet – Desmond Tutu According to David Attenborough “we could face irreversible damage to the natural world and the collapse of our societies” unless we take rapid and dramatic action to tackle climate change. East…Continue Reading “Stop Funding Climate Change!”
Story telling with a green theme. Come along to Hastings Library for stories and crafts. Suitable for pre-school children and their families. open-to-the-public – no booking required child-friendly accessible-venue
An opportunity to bring together our ideas on how we can enable our systems to be more effective. A public workshop on system change, to share ideas and plan how we can encourage and compel local and national governments, corporations and institutions, to more effectively create a peaceful, just, equitable, and sustainable society. open-to-the-public – please book your free ticket, accessible-venue