Plymouth Climate Café
  • The Forum, Sustainability Hub, Kirkby Lodge, University of Plymouth

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The Plymouth Hub for Climate Justice is relaunching in-the-room Climate Cafés in Plymouth - once held by The Community Climate Conversations group.

What is a climate café?

It's a safe and informal space where people concerned about the climate emergency can gather to:

  • meet like-minded people, share, reflect on and process our concerns and emotions
  • discuss our best hopes, visions and ideas for a sustainable world and our part individually and collectively
  • engage fully with our power and creativity - getting to know each other, our experiences, knowledge, skills, connections and energy - to be active in the building of this better future.

The café is held by experienced facilitators, who ensure the session is safe, inclusive and constructive. There will be hot drinks available for a donation, but you can bring your own drinks too.

Everyone is welcome and we look forward to meeting you!

Special thanks to the Zebra collective for their support on this event.

Plymouth Hub for Climate Justice is a grassroots coalition of diverse Plymouth groups, organisations and individuals working together to address climate justice. Visit our website via the above link or email contact@plymouthhub4climate.org for further information.

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