Ta(l)king Action is a series of FREE online labs created to allow people to hear from experts on a range of environmental issues, hold discussions with others around those issues and pledge to take action - either as individuals or as part of an organisation - to change behaviours and progress towards the zero carbon future we must all now embrace.
The next session will be on the 23rd of March 5.30-7pm and will focus on transport and travel. Speakers will include Alistair Cameron from GALBA and Dr Matt Sawyer from SEE Sustainability. Click here to book your ticket.
Session one saw discussions around New Year's resolutions and inspired dozens of pledges big and small around changing habits, increasing knowledge and awareness and engaging local decision makers in the conversation.Session two saw the Permaculture Association, Good Food York and Food Circle York lead a fascinating discussion about the future of food production in and for the UK.Click here to view the pledges made in each session so far.
Ta(l)king Action is brought to you by Oak Tree Sustainable Living Centre, St Nicks York and Speak Carbon. Once you have booked your place you will receive more details nearer the time. Please check your junk/spam folders as sometimes emails can get lost.Note: these sessions will be online via Zoom until we're able to meet safely.
We are very excited to announce our new partnership with the fantastic folk at The Climate App. As well as helping out with testing, we will be spending February shouting about this amazing app and what it can do for anyone trying to reduce their carbon footprint...keep an eye on our social media channels for more info!
Speak Carbon are a brilliant organisation providing individuals and organisations with carbon literacy courses in order that we can all have more meaningful and informed discussions about climate change.
As well as partnering with Speak carbon alongside St Nicks to deliver Ta(l)king Action; Oak Tree are now also part of Speak Carbon Network Yorkshire, a transformative movement to make Yorkshire the first carbon literate county.