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Climate and Biodiversity Festival programme of events

24 September to 2 October 2022

A collaborative programme of events that showcase, inspire and connect organisations, residents and communities across Bath and North East Somerset.

Events which fall outside of the festival dates represent some of the ongoing work by members of our community to create a more sustainable future.

Events are being added to our calendar during the run up to the festival so do check back for updates and changes.

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Home Energy Hub

Come and speak to a range of expert organisations on the topic of home energy, how you can manage energy costs and improve the energy efficiency of your home.

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The climate - any questions

The Climate Hub invites you to join them for an opportunity to put your questions about climate change to a panel of local scientists, academics and engineers.

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Climate Fresk - online event

Climate Fresk is a workshop conceived in France, that aims at raising awareness and understanding among people about climate change.

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Grow and Make

Join us for a day of foraging, harvesting, exploring and making, as part of our ongoing Gardening for Wellbeing course at the Community Farm, a not-for-profit social enterprise in the Chew Valley

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Ecological Emergency - B&NES Council Action Plan webinar

Webinar and public online discussion about local projects to tackle the Ecological Emergency

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Eco Together

Connect with like-minded people through Eco Together, a programme to help you take local environmental action

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Foxglove Forest School

Parents and under-fives Forest School group event at Alice Park Community Gardens, Larkhall, Bath

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Energy Sparks Change

A session for children about tackling climate change and how they can plan campaigns in schools

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Wild Day

Explore your connection to nature, on a Practical Wildlife Management for Wellbeing day at the Community Farm, a not-for-profit social enterprise in the Chew Valley

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Find out what the Council is doing and ways to get involved

Select the Climate Emergency and Giving people a bigger say logos below to find out more about what we're doing for you, and how you can get involved.

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