Thinking about how your organisation and community can adapt to climate change
01 June 2010
We hear about climate change on TV and in the newspapers, but have you thought about how it could actually affect you?
The Shared Energy Toolkit is designed to help community organisations get staff, volunteers, trustees and clients talking about climate change.
The Shared Energy Toolkit illustrates the damage climate change has already caused and shows how different climate change scenarios could affect you and your organisation. The toolkit also gives ideas about how you can improve your organisation’s sustainability, and how to work with your local community to raise awareness and increase resilience.
It contains a climate change quiz, instructions for a climate change walk and practical topics for discussion. It’s intended to be used with Future News, a series of four newspapers from 2027.
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