When: 13.30-16.00, Monday 25 September 2023 Where: Fife College Dunfermline Campus, Pittsburgh Road, Dunfermline , KY11 8DY This event is being organised by Fife Communities Climate Action Network (FCCAN) This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
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Learn how to maximise participation in your community climate action project by designing it to be appealing, sensible, and practical.
Research shows that most people are concerned about the climate and nature crises, believe action is important, and that they want to help. So why is it so hard to get people involved in community climate action projects?
During the training, you will discover how to design your project to pass three essential tests:
Does it connect with people emotionally?
Does it fit with people's ideas of what makes sense?
Is it actually doable with their skills, resources etc?
This training session is based on Shifting Normal, the guide to designing community climate action projects, written for the Scottish Government by the trainer, Osbert Lancaster. Osbert has supported people and groups leading community climate action for over 20 years, and is a former member of the Climate Challenge Fund grants panel. He is director of Realise Earth and host of the Leadership for Sustainability podcast.
Please note spaces are limited so booking is required.