Derby and Derbyshire climate groups are supporting the Extinction Rebellion (XR) ‘BIG ONE’ event in London on Friday and Saturday, April 21 & 22
Bill McGuire’s Presentation Slides
Public meeting on Zoom – Thursday 3rd November @ 7pm
Continue reading Railways and Climate Change
FREE CLIMATE FRESK AND CARBON LITERACY TRAINING – 27th October 2022
QUAD in Derby – Thursday 27th October at 6pm Continue reading ‘Conscientious Protectors’ – Screening & Discussion
Derby on Monday 26th September Continue reading ‘An Evening with Bill McGuire’
The Derby Green Forum was held on Thursday 25 May 2017 and was attended by 33 people, from a wide variety of backgrounds. Three councillors were there (the Deputy Leader of the Council – Martin Rawson, Lucy Care and the new mayor – John Whitby (who said that his priority was promoting all green agenda) along with a number a number of officers from Derby City Council.
The notes for the meeting can be accessed by clicking here Derby Green Forum Minutes 25 May 2017.
Air Pollution was the principal item . The map, shown above, shows the relationship between traffic and air pollution. This has been taken from the presentation by Karl Suschitzky’s, from the City Council Environmental Protection team. This is merely a screen shot from the Council’s public mapping portal which is available for access by anyone at the following address: http://maps.derby.gov.uk/ then you need to use the ‘choose an option’ drop downs in the top left corner to select ‘environment and protection’ and then select the ‘air quality management areas’ layer. Helpfully, you can zoom in on any specific location to look at the air quality in more detail in specific areas. Continue reading Air Pollution in Derby and other Green Forum matters
Derby Climate Coalition organised an anti-fracking meeting on the 9th of March. We heard some fantastic campaigners; from Sherwood Forest, Amber Valley and from Eckington in NE Derbyshire. 20 people came to our meeting.
More than 20 people attended another stimulating meeting of Derby Green Forum, which met on Tuesday Feb 28th at Derby Council House
7:00 pm Wednesday June 8,
St Peter’s Centre, St Peters Street,
Derby, DE1 1NN
As climate chaos takes hold, wildlife in Derbyshire, across the UK and globally, faces unprecedented challenges.
This illustrated talk by Tim Birch – Conservation Manager for Derbyshire Wildlife Trust will examine the threats to our wildlife in Derbyshire and the UK from climate change and what can be done to help it cope and survive as the heat gets turned up.
He will also explore the implications for wildlife and climate legislation if we decide to pull-out of the European Union.
The event is free but there will be a collection. Refreshments will be available. Click here for the Facebook event link and let us know if you can help involve sympathetic organisations. They are welcome to have a stall and an input.