Opportunities for Sharing.
CEQ Climate Emergency Action (CEA) helps Quakers in Central England to respond to the climate emergency in our own lives, as a community, and by working for systemic change.
Until well into 2021 it looks as if face-to-face meetings will remain difficult. So, the CEQ CEA co-clerks, Barnaby Waters (Housing), Chris Martin (Cities) and Ginnie Wollaston (Community) are providing online opportunities for Members and Attenders of Central England to share climate action being taking, exchange ideas, support each other and share experience.
In the past Low Carbon Commitment Forum meetings provided a valuable opportunity to keep in touch with each other on our low carbon journeys. These regular online meetings are intended to be in the spirit of the forum.
The first four meetings are:
Meetings will be informal and held in the spirit of worship and fellowship. A short introduction will be followed by discussion of the issues and the action we can take as Quakers and conclude by sharing our news. Themes will be linked to the three CEQ CEA co-clerking areas.