MEA recognises that our communities offer the potential for sustained action on fuel poverty, climate change and wider sustainability. We believe this can create more inclusive and resilient communities better able to respond to these challenges.
We grieve for what we have unleashed, and yet through that grief comes hope, hope for radical action, and a better way of living. We sense the ground is shifting and that slowly we may now start to see change seep in. However we are not naïve about this being easy, or even whether this will end well. But we must work today to bring about change with whatever opportunities come our way.
We also know that communities need support to make this happen. We think we can help. Below are some areas where we could work together:
1. Community training. We can provide Carbon Literacy training for your community in a full day interactive session, which is accredited.
2. We currently run a successful Climate Change Communications Service, now in its 10th year, which raises awareness about climate change and encourages individuals and communities to take positive steps towards a low carbon lifestyle. It supports community groups across two counties via a monthly newsletter, website, training and events. We would be happy to develop a similar service for other areas.
To discuss how we could work together please contact Simon Ross on 01743 277106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org