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West Midlands Green Communities Network Launch
23 Sep 14
East of England and Midlands
Groundwork UK, Lockside, 5 Scotland Street, Birmingham, B1 2RR
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
Sustainability West Midlands is launching a Green Communities Network for Green Community Groups based in the West Midlands region. The network will aim to share good practice, discuss key topics such as funding, energy and resilience, encourage other community groups to get involved in sustainability and help to lever in support to develop their activities.
This launch event will include good practice case studies of green community actions that have already taken place, along with an opportunity to network and shape future content of the Green Communities Network. We are pleased to be launching this Network in conjunction with Community Energy Fortnight and hope that this will help to catalyse and encourage action in our local areas.
If you're a green community energy group in the West Midlands, get in touch with Alan Carr to book your place: email@example.com