Energy – it’s essential for our daily living, and also an important ingredient for taking climate action and reducing our greenhouse gas emissions. This workshop will explore what actions we can take as individuals to reduce our electricity use (and bills), how we can support our friends and communities in steps towards sustainable, renewable energy and how we might influence the broader community and leaders for climate action.
Featuring expert insights from Home Energy Advisor and consultant Seb Crangle along with Tweed Shire Council, we will spend some time embracing participants’ passions to help design better solutions and education programs.
If you are:
Just starting out on saving energy?
We can help you and your insights will help others just like you.
Considering an Electric Vehicle (EV) but looking for some information on how to get started?
We can provide tips for managing your energy usage.
A little further along your green energy and climate action journey and want to support others?
Get involved in developing plans for influencing and supporting your community.
- Quick intro to Community Action Network and topics of interest
- What’s happening in climate action locally? What could be done better, what have you been inspired by?
- Energy for climate action – energy trends and the Tweed context
- Developing ideas – co-design stations for individual and community action
At the end of our session, participants will contribute to a co-designed plan to influence others in their community and will have the opportunity to commit to further plans or actions.
Morning tea will be provided. This is a free event hosted by Tweed Shire Council and all are welcome. Registrations are essential.
For more information, contact Tweed Shire Council’s education officer – sustainability Jane Moad on 02 6670 2400 or firstname.lastname@example.org