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The Climate Kitchen, run by local community members, is a space for learning, sharing, contributing and working together to do something positive for the climate!
At this month’s Climate Kitchen meet up, we will be exploring the theme of LOSS & DAMAGE: CLIMATE REPARATIONS.
Loss & Damage was a large focus at COP26 and COP27. Climate Kitchen will be providing a background on what it is, and what effects it has locally and globally. We will be joined by guest speaker Roland Chaplain who has been involved in drafting a local policy motion on Loss and Damage.
We look forward to exploring this topic with you all and for you to join the discussion!
‘Loss and damage finance focuses on a facility for countries to recover from climate change’s adverse effects and impacts rather than just adapt to it. Loss and damage also cover the effects of climate change, which are not avoided by mitigation, adaption and other measures, such as disaster risk management.’World Economic Forum
The Stove Cafe will be open for food and drink from 5.30pm, so if you’ve got an appetite for change OR an appetite for a cuppa and some locally sourced food then we look forward to seeing you there!
Doors open at 5.30pm for food, the event starts at 6pm sharp.
Access Information: Level Access in rear of building through adjacent close to left-hand side of the Cafe (facing the front of the building). To ensure your experience with us is as best as it can be, please do let us know if you have any specific access requirements and we’d be happy to help. Please email Kevin or Sal on: [email protected] or phone 01387 252435 and speak with one of our team. We are able to provide walk-throughs of the building before attending our events as well as assign seating before your arrival.