Nicola Peel’s work in the Amazon

Transition Horsham monthly open event on Thursday 25th April 2013

Time: 8-10pm

Rainwater harvesting

Sussex based environmentalist Nicola Peel will be giving an inspirational talk about her ongoing work in the Amazon. Over the last 10 years Nicola has been initiating both environmental and humanitarian projects around the world, predominantly in the Amazon.

She particularly likes to speak about the practical solutions that she has been putting in place and thus inspiring others to realise what a positive difference they can make in a global society.

Nicola’s talk will be followed by a showing of the film “Growing Change”.  This is about Venezuela’s attempts to build its own food security through small scale (including urban) food production and through changing the ways in which food reaches people – particularly poor people. It has lots of resonances with the way many Transition groups now work.  It lasts an hour.

Where: Quaker Meeting House, Worthing Road, Horsham, RH12 1SL (opposite Sainsburys).  Map here

Entrance fee: voluntary donation

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