Climate Café

Join us at the monthly climate café at the Belmont Filmhouse where you can listen to talks and share coffee and cake with like-minded people. Everyone welcome.

The Climate Café series is designed to inform and inspire those in the North East of Scotland to ‘take action’ and start up their own eco/sustainability projects, change their lifestyles or just simply to understand and know more about what options and amazing projects there are around, locally. Each Café will have a speaker, or film clip, followed by a Q&A session and ending with an informal get together with food, drink, and a chat. The Series will cover the themes of Renewable Energy, Food, Transport, Reduce/ Re-Use and Recycle, Finance, Politics and Education.

Calendar

Location When Summary Description
  June 4, 2019 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Pathways to a Sustainable Aberdeen Group Discussions and Recommendations: ACA volunteers will lead multiple group discussions on Transport, Food, New Industries/Jobs, Infrastructure, Energy Systems and Waste focusing on what we need to happen to achieve sustainable living in Aberdeen. Each group will report back to all participants a prioritised set of recommendations to local and national government which ACA will…
  July 2, 2019 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Making a Profit Sustainable: Commercial Land Use Self Sufficient: Commercially Viable and Sustainable - Chris Wardle, National Trust for Scotland
  August 6, 2019 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Direct Action: What, Why How and Who Peace and Politics: Successes and Lessons Learned - Sofa & Williemein, Faslane Peace Camp Extinction Rebellion: Act on Climate Now - Paul Mather, Extinction Rebellion Aberdeenshire Keeping the Spotlight on: The Palestinian Solidarity Campaign - Fiona Napier, Scottish Palestinian Solidarity Campaign
  September 3, 2019 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Land Management: Community Style Urban Community Space: A Green Oasis - Bonnymuir Trust Community Woodland: A Positive Breathing Space - Jim Henderson and Wendy Suttar, Cove Woodland Trust Living the Good Life - Newton Dee's Land Group
  October 1, 2019 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Localising the economy to combat Climate Change Modern Monetary Theory: Currency Counts Music and the Cooperative Economy! - Craig Adams, Black Cat Worker Collective Facilitating the Local: The Shopfront - Felicity Macdonald