Climate Change Public Forum in Pulborough

Climate Change – A discussion and debate about this burning subject.

Speakers are drawn from CPRE Sussex, the Arun to Adur Farm Clusters, The Sussex Wildlife Trust and Sussex Green Living.

Date: Friday 18th October

Time: 7pm

Venue: Pulborough Village Hall, Swan View, Pulborough RH20 2BF

Free with tea and sandwiches in the interval

The talks will be by the following guest speakers chaired by Jane Mote, media expert and ex BBC broadcaster.

  • COUNTRYSIDE Kia Trainor, Director CPRE Sussex
  • FARMING Peter Knight, Estate Manager Arun to Adur Farm Cluster
  • ENVIRONMENT Tony Whitbread, President Sussex Wildlife Trust
  • COMMUNITIES Carrie Cort, Al Gore Climate Reality Leader & Founder, Sussex Green Living
Not only will the impact of climate change on the countryside, farming, ecology/biodiversity and our rural communies as we know it be in focus, but also practical solutions for people to make effective changes to how they live.
The event is run by the Wiggonholt Association which was founded in 1996 when the beautiful unspoilt area of Wiggonholt was threatened with a 30-acre sandpit and local residents responded by forming the Wiggonholt Association in opposition.

After winning a long and costly battle against the proposal, its members decided to widen the Association’s activity and it is now an influential champion of the West Sussex countryside, rural life and the natural environment of our planet.

In 2009 the Association was granted charitable status in recognition of the public benefit of its work.

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You can read about action you can take against climate change and download an action plan here.

Inspiring sustainable living in Sussex