An event next week will address some of the issues when Exeter CVS, in partnership with the British Council, presents a showcase programme on Wednesday 23 January at Exeter’s Corn Exchange.
Plenty of information will be available on how local organic production is helping to conserve resources, on how to reduce water usage and how recycling works to conserve energy and valuable resources in our own area. Local projects will be on hand to inspire you to make a difference that will help generations in the future.
There will also be national and local speakers from organisations such as the Met Office, Exeter University and Regen SW on how we can make a difference to the impact of climate change in the future, as well as visitors from other countries who are involved in projects in their own communities.
The programme for the event starts at 10am and finishes at 4pm, and a free place can be booked by going onto the Exeter CVS website http://www.exetercvs.org.uk/ and follow the links to the showcase event.