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Do you care about Havant’s environment and impact on the climate emergency?
Join us on our 7pm Zoom calls every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month!

Every 2nd Wednesday, 7pm, a public meeting with a speaker on a specific topic (but not in August)

Our next public meeting will be on Community Energy

Our September open meeting will be a discussion about community energy on Wed 14th at 7.00. We have invited Catriona Cockburn who’s helped set up Energise South Downs to tell us about the scheme https://actionnetwork.org/events/community-energy-for-havant

Our last working group meeting was almost all about the plans for the Havant Thicket Reservoir. The consultation has now closed but we are very concerned about the plans. Find out more here

Thanks to everyone that zoomed in on May 11th to find out more about The Nature Emergency and Havant with Dave Allwright, Policy Officer for the Hants & IOW Wildlife Trust.

Every 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, our core working group.
Details in the diary below. Contact havclimate@gmail.com for details.

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Last Autumn we co-ordinated a fantastic week of events under the banner The Havant Big Green Week. This week in September showcased all the amazing things local groups are doing on climate and environment that are making our borough better for everyone.

Hold the date for this year’s Havant Borough Big Green Week 24-September to 2-October 2022 and you can see all the events organised so far here

If you were inspired by the Havant Big Green Week or would like to get more involved on environmental action do get in touch.

Latest news from Havant Climate Alliance

The Deluge

DELUGE Premiere performance of a new play by Jacquie Penrose at the Bench Theatre. It’s raining. Hard. Very hard, and the Met Office has just raised the warning level to Red. Five mismatched people are sheltering upstairs as they have been advised to do, but they cannot agree about how serious this is. It’s justContinue reading “The Deluge”

Energy Costs and the Climate

Obviously, energy prices are a huge concern at the moment but the government still isn’t looking at the investment we need in renewable energy and insulation We need urgent action and we need to make people see that there are climate-friendly solutions like renewable energy and retrofitting homes – not searching for new fossil fuels.Continue reading “Energy Costs and the Climate”

Email us: HavClimate@gmail.com