April Climate Events

Take a look at the climate related talks and events coming up this month.

If you have an event coming up that isn’t haven’t included please do get in touch.

6th & 13th April 2021

Tuesday Tables

A community swap being set up by Recycle Devon. This is a great way to declutter whilst reducing waste, giving old items a second wind and encourage a sharing economy in your community.

6th April 2021

4:30pm – 6:00pm

Take Action for Wildlife – Green Minds Citizen Science Webinar

A talk on how you can become involved in observing and recording wildlife across Plymouth as part of the Green Minds project.

POSTPONED – now 29th April 2021

4:30pm – 6:00pm

Climate Resilience for the Culm

Dr Freya Garry, from the Met Office, looks at the risks that climate change brings and Rob Hopkins imagines the rich and resilient future we could create.

14th April 2021

7:00pm – 8:30pm

Life on the Edge: creating and managing wildlife-friendly verges

Did you know that nearly half of the UK’s wildflower species grow in verges? Join this talk by Moor Meadows to learn more about the potential to manage roadside verges in Devon for nature and for people.

15th April 2021

Share Shed expected to reopen

Share Shed is a mobile library of things based here in Devon.

20th April 2021

6:30pm – 8:00pm

The Culm – a 50-year vision – Ellerhayes to Columbjohn

The National Trust team at Killerton have partnered with Westcountry Rivers Trust to increase the value for nature of the area surrounding the River Culm and the health of the river itself. 

21st April 2021

5:30pm – 7:15pm

Community Meet-Up: Nature & Tech

Connecting people and ideas to explore how technology, creativity and communities can protect nature in Plymouth and the region.

21st April 2021

4pm – 6pm

Urban Design in a post COVID world

The next instalment in the Future Plymouth 2030 series of 12 fortnightly webinars exploring collaborative pathways to achieve low carbon, sustainable development in Plymouth.

21st April 2021

7:30pm – 9:30pm

Braunton – Can Beavers Help With Natural Flood Management?

Find out if beavers could be introduced in the Caen Catchment and the benefits they could bring to Braunton.

22nd April 2021

4:30pm- 5:30pm

Climate Action – The Time is Now

The first in a series of Low Carbon Devon expert panel led discussions aiming to inspire action, this event will address the worldwide context of Climate Emergency, what this means for Devon and how you can take action today.

Every Thursday

11am

Co Cars Coffee Clubs

Join Co Cars every Thursday morning on Facebook Live as they chat to the wider team and special guests and share stories of shared, electric cars and e-bikes.

30th April 2021

Community Gardening

Join Sustainable Bishop and get out in the fresh air on the community allotment.

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