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Britain Talks Climate: getting the message across

Britain Talks Climate: getting the message across

SECA held a Knowledge Sharing session on 28 March with Ben McCallan of Zero Carbon Guildford who talked about Britain Talks Climate’s techniques for getting the climate message across to different audiences Ben McCallan of Zero Carbon Guildford introduced Britain...

How to organise a hustings meeting

How to organise a hustings meeting

We need to make sure climate change and the environment are high on the agenda for the upcoming election otherwise they are likely to get submerged by other issues. Organising a hustings meeting for your local election candidates is a great way of doing this.  It...

Coppicing offers benefits for communities and nature

Coppicing offers benefits for communities and nature

Coppicing is enjoying a revival as a means of promoting biodiversity, encouraging resilience, and producing useful wood and charcoal. This blog by Clive Cobie of Sussex and Surrey Coppice Group describes the ecological and social benefits of reviving this ancient...

Making the most of Council Climate Scorecards

Making the most of Council Climate Scorecards

If you haven't yet got to grips with Climate Emergency UK's Council Climate Scorecards or you're wondering how to use them, we can help. We held a knowledge sharing session with Annie Pickering of CEUK on 27 February in which she talked us through the scorecards and...

SECA General Election Toolkit – 2024

SECA General Election Toolkit – 2024

A General Election is coming this year. But at this most vital time for the planet, it looks like the main political parties have decided they need to hide the climate and nature crisis away in a back room to avoid turning off voters. How can we tell them that there...

SECA members Connect for Change at Brighton gathering

SECA members Connect for Change at Brighton gathering

More than 80 of us representing around 50 member organisations met in Brighton on 3 February for SECA’S Annual Gathering. We’ve certainly come a long way from our first, much smaller get-together in 2019, but as Tony Whitbread pointed out in his opening remarks,...

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