Transition Chesterfield - Eco Hub
The Transition Chesterfield Eco-Hub features a full programme of events on Fridays, from keeping warm at home, gardening chat to workshops on creative climate creations and Christmas crafting.
This month the team is launching Climate Conversations, in which they hope to get Chesterfield talking about climate change, the impact on our area and what can be done about it. These are conversations facilitated by volunteers aimed at thinking and talking about climate change. These are community conversations - they won’t get bogged down in science, but have honest discussions about climate change and how it might affect us.
The dates are spread across different weekdays so that more people are able to attend a session.
Friday 8 March 10am to 12pm
Sunday 17 March 2pm to 4pm
Monday 25 March 7pm to 9pm
Join a session to discuss how climate change might impact us locally and how we could reduce our carbon impact. Please book in advance using Eventbrite.
Energy advice session - Friday 23 February 10.30am to 12pm
Call in for specialist energy saving advice from charity energy experts Marches Energy Agency. Also learn how to make your own draught excluders. No need to book in advance.
Working with nature to reduce flood risks - Friday 1 March 10.30am to 12pm
Presentations by Derbyshire Wildlife Trust and Don Catchment Rivers Trust who will explain how nature-base solutions can help address the climate and nature emergencies. Find out about natural flood management and rewilding projects in North Derbyshire with time to ask questions and find out about local volunteering opportunities. No need to book in advance.