Intention to Action Clinic – Climate Action Plans
The climate crisis and carbon reduction have become a major focus for organisations of all kinds, and the easiest way to be accountable to your ambitions and ensure action is strategic and lasting is to create a climate action plan.
A climate action plan outlines the nuts and bolts of how to go about making changes within your organisation and is key for turning ambition into concrete change. It is very much a living document that should be developed and updated over time.
However, it can be difficult to know how to get started and what is important to include.
The Partnership’s latest Intention to Action Clinic as part of the Climate Action Programme will offer participants the chance to learn how to create or update an existing climate action plan, share ideas and experience and explore solutions to challenges together.
The workshop will include a presentation from Charlie Leaman, sustainability consultant with Eunomia, and a case study of how a local organisation has approached this. Participants will also have the chance to explore this topic in depth in small groups and look at how to tackle some of the specific challenges they are facing.
To facilitate small group discussions the workshop has limited capacity. We will be prioritising organisations that are currently working on their climate action plan or are planning to do so in the coming months.
Please register your interest by 12pm on Monday 22 May. We will then let you know if you have a place on the workshop by 5pm on Tuesday 30 May.
If you have any questions, please contact Bex – firstname.lastname@example.org