Speed Dating with Community Climate Action Partners
26th November 2020
Our new Community Climate Action (CCA) project is part of the national Climate Action Fund supported by the National Lottery Fund for Communities. To kick off the project we’re looking for organisations interested in collaborating with six community partners on the development of their community climate action plans.
Call out for Bristol Organisations to get involved
We want to help the CCA community partners (Eastside Community Trust, Ambition Lawrence Weston, Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust, Heart of BS13, ACH and Bristol Disability Equalities Forum) get better connected with key partners who could offer them support, expertise, experience and access to wider networks, and to provide an opportunity for them to meet, get to know and ask questions of a range of potential strategic partners in the city (across various themes/sectors: energy, transport, housing, green space, food, education, green economy/employment etc).
Your organisation / network may have an ambition/requirement to connect with community partners from diverse communities in the city, to develop and widen your work. You may have products or services that could support the communities as they move towards implementing their community climate action plans. This event could provide a useful opportunity for you to build relationships with six key community organisations in the city, who have an existing interest in and commitment to climate change
Speed Dating with the CCA Community Partners
To enable connections between the community partners and key organisations / networks across the city, we are hosting an online ‘speed dating’ style event on 20 January 2021 (1-3pm) and we’d like like to invite 8 local organisations / networks to give short petcha kucha style presentations to the community partners.
If you are interested in connecting with the community partners through this event, you can find out more by reading the Speed Dating event info sheet. Please then email: email@example.com to register your interest, with a very brief explanation of why you’d like to be involved in the event.
You can read more about the Community Climate Action Project here.