Join over 250 community members in our MeetUp (what's that?) community. We meet and discuss ways to become more environmentally sustainable and take climate action. Learn from a range of speakers, hear from each other and connect.
We use MeetUp to set-up our events so we can enjoy all the community benefits that they provide: message boards, see who's attending and personalised notifications.
Anyone who is in a community and charity organisation based in North East England and Cumbria wanting to engage, inspire and support others in the VCSE sector to take climate action, support nature and support our people and communities through the transition to a green economy.
You just need to click 'Join this group' and you'll be asked to fill in a few questions so we can make sure you're the right person to attend our events. All events will then be available for you attend with links to their locations provided upon approval.
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Please find below upcoming events from ourselves and our partners through the Going Green Together project, and other events to help you learn more and take part in climate action.
Join Going Green Together for this 1 hour peer support session to share your plans for how your organisation will become more sustainable and take part in climate action in 2024.
If we think an event had a great turn out we'll share all the links and recordings so you don't have to worry about missing out.
In this event, Going Green Together partnered with Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland to deliver a half-day workshop and networking event, with speakers including Joanne Appleby of OASES and freelance community engagement specialist Olly Armstrong.
On the 13th June 2023, VONNE brought the North East's VCSE sector together to showcase environmental projects across the region, and to give an opportunity to connect and find out how to get involved in climate action.
During this session, marketing experts ACT Climate Labs talked about how marketing techniques can be used to engage 'persuadable' communities who aren't currently reached by typical climate communications in this issue, and get them involved in climate action.