February 2016

Our Science and Technology Advisory Panel makes sure that all WinACC's work is based on up-to-date and robust scientific and technical evidence.

For more information on this group click here or contact stap@winacc.org.uk.

Chaired by Bob Whitmarsh.

The Waste action group aims to promote the ethos of
  • Prevent
  • Reduce
  • Reuse
  • Recycle
  • Recover
  • Dispose
For more information contact waste@winacc.org.uk.
Chaired by James Miller.

Visit Transition Town Romsey's Trash to Treasure exhibition and workshops challenging the way we look at waste and how waste materials can be used to make beautiful and useful objects.

A well known Church figure, with regular TV and radio appearances, The Revd Richard Coles will be in conversation with University of Winchester Deputy Vice Chancellor Professor Elizabeth Stuart. Revd Coles is also a board member of Northampton Community Energy Scheme, building a green power station for the town's new enterprise zone. Promises to be a fascinating and entertaining evening. Part of the University of Winchester's Enterprise Lecture series. 

Tuesday 23 February, 6.00pm

March 2016

On alternative months the Transport Action Group and Built Environment Action Group have joint meetings to discuss issues of joint concern.

The Renewable Energy action group promotes increased use of renewable energy in Winchester district by raising awareness influencing local policies and promoting locally based, larger scale renewable energy generation schemes.

To find out more about this group click here or contact renewables@winacc.org.uk.

Chaired by Richard Ritchie.

The Food action group aims to promote community food growing and stop food being wasted.

For more information contact food@winacc.org.uk.

The chair is Clare Shorter.

The Waste action group aims to promote the ethos of
  • Prevent
  • Reduce
  • Reuse
  • Recycle
  • Recover
  • Dispose
For more information contact waste@winacc.org.uk.
Chaired by James Miller.

 “It’s the rich as has the pleasure, it’s the poor as gets the pain” 

How do we respond to the  injustice of climate change and make the world fairer and safer?

It’s the people who have the least who are hit first and hit hardest by changes to the climate, whether in Africa or the UK.  The 10% richest people cause 50% of the greenhouse gas emissions that create global warming and dangerous weather, while the poorest suffer most.  How can we end this injustice?

There will be expert contributions and time for discussion.

April 2016

Our open meetings are the ideal way to meet people and find out what's going on in Winchester around climate change. We aim to be friendly, welcoming and lively and to thrash out our views on important policy issues at each meeting. 

Refreshments will be available from 10.00.

Please check nearer the time for more information on the discussion topic for this open meeting. 

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