Here’s a report on the Climate Emergency Conference held in Lancaster on February 29th.  Held in the fine setting of Lancaster’s Town Hall, it brought together about 200 people involved in the Climate Emergency (CE) movement across the country, a mix of councillors, council officers, campaigners, researchers and others. It provided an excellent chance to share experience and ideas, and build new coalitions to push for decisive action on climate change.

These are personal reflections on some of the headline messages emerging from Geoff Barnard, Coordinator of Greening Steyning and a member of the SECA Steering Group.

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