Caroline Hickman teaches at Bath University in the fields of psychology and social work and is a member of the Climate Psychology Alliance
If you are kicking your heels while in lockdown wondering what you can do to bring about the sustainable and equitable future we all desire
We hope that on reading this, as a member of CFB or a supporter of our work, you will want to show your commitment by signing up to this new, and much more urgent goal.
Our AGM was held on March 16th, just before the lockdown, but after many people were deciding to limit their outings. As a result there were only 14 members present.
On Wednesday, April 8 Rowena joined an online meeting of The Climate Coalition (TCC)
The beauty of the natural world and the threat to its survival owing to climate change – the dilemmas of an alpinist poet
‘Building resilience and adapting for the future we anticipate’ and ‘Are we becoming hard wired into buying stuff and getting it immediately’ – reflections from our Chair, Rachel Berger – read here
On 28 November a packed St Margarets Hall heard our prospective parliamentary candidates answer questions ranging from bus and car travel to cleaner energy
Informal Report From Full Council on Tuesday 26th November
Environmental Education in Local Schools – the kitchen garden at Christchurch will be used to teach working with nature to grow food sustainably