We asked local people to tell us their stories from growing a bit of veg and cycling to work, from their local community park and its roundabout which powers the street lamps.
The stories were featured in a city-wide photographic exhibition. We will follow the experiences throughout the duration of the project and are committed to making participation and contribution to this project a rewarding experience.
Stories related to the following themes
- Adaptation: have you had to adapt your everyday life because of climate change?
- Prevention: What changes have you made in your life to reduce your own personal impact on the planet?
- Impacts: Is climate change having an impact on your life or the lives of relatives and friends living outside the UK?
- Education: Are you involved in communicating and learning around climate change? What initiatives are happening in your school or college?
- Community champions: How are you taking the lead in your neighbourhood or community to raise awareness and encourage action on climate change?
The project tells the stories of women, men and children from communities across the city.
Climate Connections is an exciting partnership project with Brighton Peace and Environment Centre, Brighton & Hove City Council and Oxfam GB. The project will consist of a photographic exhibition, accompanying website and community workshops.
for more details and dates of the photographic exhibition and the Climate Connections project visit the website
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