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.
|Belmont Filmhouse, 49 Belmont St, Aberdeen AB10 1JS, UK||February 4, 2020 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm||Water catchment area management: adapting for climate change||Our changing river corridors Marc Stutter, James Hutton Institute Pressures on River Catchments In the UK and Europe Roger Owen, Chair, North East Biodiversity Partnership Climate change and coasts Iris Krammer & Steve McFarland, SEPA Aberdeen|
|Belmont Filmhouse, 49 Belmont St, Aberdeen AB10 1JS, UK||March 3, 2020 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm||Traditional buildings: the heating & insulation challenge||Insulation & Sealing of Traditional Stone Houses Rod McGovern. Farm energy consultant Air leakage testing and Heat Loss: Making Warmer Homes Bob Pringle Conventional and renewable heat sources and effective heating controls Clare Carden, Independent energy efficiency consultant|