Upcoming Events

Date & Time

Event Title

Additional Information

2-December-2022

CAN Climate Cuppa
Topic: COP27

Venue: Hafan yr Afon
Upstairs in the Cwtch area

Note the change of venue!

Tea or coffee with a biscuit will be served for a price of £2.50 each.
At this meeting we will be sharing our knowledge of and thoughts on the outcome of COP27.

The Global Climate Change Conference
in Sharm el-Sheikh during November 2022.

Watch this space for information about future events …

Past Events

21-October-2022

CAN Climate Cuppa
Newtown Market Hall Cafe

Sharing ideas and information about ways to address the climate emergency.

28-Jul-2022

CAN Open Meeting
Methodist Hall, Back Lane, Newtown at 7pm

Face-to-face open meeting. Action plan, moving forward. Welcoming new members.

13-Jul-2022

Net Zero Wales Presentation
Part 4: Agriculture and Land Use

A presentation by Stephen Hughes, of Climate Action Newtown, summarising part of the Welsh Government’s plans for reducing the carbon footprint of Wales.

29-Apr-2022

 

Net Zero Wales Presentation
Part 3: Reducing Emissions
Slides and notes on:

A presentation by Stephen Hughes of Climate Action Newtown summarising part of the Welsh Government plans for reducing the carbon footprint of Wales.

24-Mar-2022

 

Net Zero Wales Presentation
Part 2: Reducing Emissions

A presentation by Stephen Hughes of Climate Action Newtown summarising part of the Welsh Government plans for reducing the carbon footprint of Wales.

24-Feb-2022

 

Net Zero Wales Presentation
Part 1: Overview

A presentation by Stephen Hughes of Climate Action Newtown summarising part of the Welsh Government plans for reducing the carbon footprint of Wales.

06-Nov-2021

Global Day of Action for COP26

See more information …
(Including a video, photos and details of the petition)

Climate Action Newtown and other local supporters of more ambitious actions to address the climate emergency marched and rode bikes through Newtown on 6 November 2021.  The group met Newtown’s local representatives in the UK Parliament and Senedd Cymru and handed them a signed petition.