We’ve joined forces with environmental groups across Camden – including Camden Greenpeace, Transition Towns, and the Camden Cycling Campaign – to hold the first ever Hampstead & Kilburn Resilience Hustings on Wednesday 14 April in St Stephen’s Church on Rosslyn Hill at 7.30pm

Hampstead and Kilburn Resilience and Climate Hustings

We’ll be asking the Camden question – how well are we prepared for external shocks like climate change and peak oil? The aim is to explain to the parliamentary candidates – our keynote listeners for the evening – what our thinking is on climate change, peak oil and transition through films, drinks, fun and debate.

There will be a screening of the film ‘In Transition’, and you will have the opportunity to pose your environmental questions to parliamentary candidates Glenda Jackson (Lab), Ed Fordham (LibDem), Chris Philp (Con), and Tamsin Omond (The Commons).

The evening is part of Ask the Climate Question, an initiative backed by a coalition of environmental and development charities and not-for-profits across the UK to ensure that climate change is firmly on the election agenda.

Event location map: St Stephen’s, Rosslyn Hill/Pond St, NW3

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For more information please email camdenfoe@gmail.com

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