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What are community responses to Climate Emergency declarations?
1pm 13th July 2020
This fourth session will include contributions from::
Rowan McLaughlin, XR
Shana Tufail, SDGs for Camden
Geoff Barnard, South East Climate Alliance
Youth representatives & others tbc.
Followed by a discussion.
1pm July 6th 2020. What tools and strategies are the most effective in engaging with citizens on issues especially relating to climate change?
The Covid-19 crisis has moved meetings and conversations online. The future is likely to include a mix of in person and online communication. What tools and strategies are the most effective in engaging with citizens?
Speakers: Lora Botev, CitizenLab A citizen engagement platform for local governments.
Louise Crow, My Society Digital Tools for democratic participation
Other speakers tbc
1pm 29th June
A number of Councils, and the UK Parliament, have held Citizen Assemblies or Juries to address the Climate Emergency.
Speakers: Peter Bryant, Director Shared Future Citizen Juries & Climate Change Peter has led Citizen Juries at Leeds and Lancaster.
Professor Rebecca Willis, Expert Lead Climate Assembly UK The Democratic Challenge of Climate Change
Louise Crow, My Society ‘Our experience supporting the recent UK Climate Assembly for Parliament, and wider research into the use of digital tools for supporting citizen assemblies.’
A Council/participants perspective tba
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