Residents in Kensington and Chelsea can help shape plans to tackle climate change, improve air quality and help local nature thrive in a workshop on 11 March.
The interactive workshop will have breakout sessions so everyone attending will have the chance to have their say on how the borough can meet its target to become carbon neutral by 2040. Attendees will also hear from officers working on plans to make our air cleaner and help nature thrive in our green spaces.
Everyone who lives or works in the borough is welcome to attend, as well as those representing residents’ associations, community groups, faith groups, voluntary organisations and environmental groups.
The workshop will be held on Thursday 11th March from 6.30pm – 8.30pm via zoom. Register in advance online.
The workshop is being organised by Kensington and Chelsea Council and will be facilitated by SE2, an independent organisation specialising in community engagement.
For further information about the workshop, please contact our Event Manager, Liz Warren at SE2 on email@example.com.