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Derby Community Climate Change Hub Launch

Hydro-electricity plant showing cascading water

In order to combat climate change within Derby, Derby City Council is setting up a cross-Derby Climate Change organisation. This will be supported by four 'Action Hubs':

  • Transport
  • Industry and business
  • Housing
  • Community

The first three hubs have been chosen to support the largest carbon emitters, in order to help them reduce the city’s carbon footprint.
 
Derby Green Forum, which is managed by Derby Climate Coalition, is helping launch the community hub. You are invited to attend the first meeting on 24 November at 7pm, online on Zoom.
 
if you would like to join in the launch please register here in advance:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYsc-urrzgvGdJRwPYkSCvbo1P-9iHbsFqb

Note you will need to register before the start of the meeting.

The main aim of the meeting is to hear what different groups are doing about climate change and to see how the climate hub can make a difference.
 
Peter Robinson, the Climate Change Coordinator for Derby city, will be talking briefly about the city’s carbon emissions and how the community hub can make a difference.
 
Our CEO Kim Harper will be attending and working in close partnership with the Community Climate Change Hub alongside Reg Hand, secretary of Derby Climate Coalition, Kate Ball, Trees for Derby, and Dave Clasby, Derby Cycling group.

For more information email Peter Robinson, Climate Change Coordinator at Derby City Council