Tuesday, 28 November 2017 - 7:30pm to 9:15pm

Burning fossil fuel for transport produces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change and produce air pollution that is directly harmful to health.

Poor air quality in Winchester affects us all. 

What action is the Council taking to improve air quality? How could the Movement Strategy assist? Hear from Simon Finch and Dave Ingram from Winchester City Council.

How can you get involved? Come to this meeting to find out more.

Free, all welcome. Come at 7.15 for free coffee or tea and networking. - Please note that the meeting will be at the University of Winchester's main campus, Sparkford Road - in Studio 2 (a ground floor room) in The Stripe building. A map of the University can be found here. Follow the link on the right hand side 'finding your way around the University of Winchester'. We encourage everyone to travel sustainably but if you need to drive, then parking is available behind the Stripe Theatre.

These joint meetings arranged by WinACC and Friends of the Earth are the ideal way for newcomers to find out more about climate change and environmental issues, and what's going on in Winchester. We aim to be friendly, welcoming and lively, and to work together on important issues at each meeting. 

This meeting replaces the one that was planned for December 12. This is to give attendees the opportunity to engage with the Winchester Movement Strategy that can be found here and closes on December 8th.

See more about air pollution in Winchester.

Air Pollution Poster.pdf232.35 KB