Thursday 19 January, 7.30 to 9.30pm
Main Church, Christchurch Baptist Church, Bargates, Christchurch
Long Live the Credit Crunch! From Economic depression to happiness
Stef Kling continues his look at the world's financial system and asks, what happens when we don't grow? Stef will recap on why the current system is unsustainable, and on the emerging alernatives. He will present ideas on economics based not on profit but on adding real value. There will be a discussion on how small changes in our actions can improve our lives in the global economy and turn us back from the brink of social and environmental catastrophe. Free event, refreshments available.
Wednesday 29 February, 7.30 to 9.30pm
Rear Hall, Baptist Church, Bargates, Christchurch
George Gregory looks at UK energy usage by fuel type and application, the rationale for renewables in the UK and analyses the different technologies. He concludes with a clear recommendation of which should be prioritised in the UK. Not the technologies you might expect to be first choice! Free event, refreshments available.
Wednesday 28 March, 7.30 to 9.30pm
Druitt Hall, off High Street (by Library), Christchurch
A key factor in building local resilience against the oil crisis, climate change and economic downturn is food security, which means that much more of our food is grown locally. Topical tips on how to get started. We can encourage our food retailers to source local food, and we plan to share information on best practice local traders. Free event, refreshments available.
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Saturday, January 14. 2012
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