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A Second Climate Emergency People’s Assembly

11 am to 3:30 pm on Saturday, 25th January at Glastonbury Town Hall.

Glastonbury Town Council’s Climate Emergency Working Group will hold a second People’s Assembly in the Town Hall.  This is an opportunity for residents to collectively discuss the urgent situation created by climate change and ecological destruction and make decisions, so that all voices are heard and equally valued.

The Main Hall will be open from 11 am to 3:30 pm and will accommodate more people than the October People’s Assembly, when the small hall was filled to capacity. Presentations will take place between 11 am and 12 noon. The Assembly is scheduled from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

Presentations – 11 am to 12 noon:

  • Robert Macbeth (Glastonbury Growers Group)
  • Anna Francis (Frome Resilience Officer)
  • Sonya Bedford (Avalon Community Energy)
  • Jon Cousins (Green Deputy Mayor, Town and District Councillor)

People’s Assembly – 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm:

The next step toward building a resilient community.

Following our successful People’s Assembly in October, we will continue the discussion on these topics: Transport, Food, and the Local Environment. The Assembly will be facilitated by Extinction Rebellion’s Indra Donfrancesco.

This is an on-going process. In the short-term we need to have local strategies and actions for living with a reduced environmental impact. In the longer term we may even find ourselves having to provide basic services from our own community resources. Future assemblies will discuss other areas that need addressing: e.g. energy, health care, waste-disposal, education.

Please come to ensure your voice is heard!

The power to transform the South West

Green MEP Molly Scott Cato and Glastonbury's Green Deputy Mayor Cllr Jon Cousins at ‘the Power to transform the South West’ event.

Green MEP Molly Scott Cato and Glastonbury’s Green Deputy Mayor Cllr Jon Cousins at ‘the power to transform the South West’ event.

A Public Meeting for the launch of a new report from The Resilience Centre:  ‘The power to transform the South West’

How to meet the region’s energy needs through renewable energy generation.

GLASTONBURY TOWN HALL

+ AVALON COMMUNITY ENERGY’s PIONEER SHARE LAUNCH!
* Learn about this unique opportunity to invest in community-owned renewables for Avalon!
* Help transform our local energy economy!

The Panel:
Molly Scott Cato – Green MEP for SW England
Andrew Clarke – The Resilience Centre
Sonya Bedford – Head of Renewable Energy, Stephens Scown Solicitors
Tom Hathway – South West Young Greens, University of Plymouth

Chaired by Jon Cousins, Deputy Mayor of Glastonbury Town Council

Hosted by Avalon Community Energy and Molly Scott Cato MEP

ACE Website: www.avaloncommunityenergycoop.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AvalonCommunityEnergy

MEP Website: www.mollymep.org.uk
Twitter:@MollyMEP
Tel: 01179166598
e-mail: office@mollymep.org.uk