A festival organised by Brum Climate Justice (formerly Brum COP26 Coalition) open to all. Come together to learn & connect around climate justice. What does it means for you and your community & how we can take action together?
Footsteps will be at the Climate Festival:
- On Saturday 19 February we’ll have a stand at Northfield Baptist Church during the day with information about help for households struggling to keep warm and pay energy bills.
- We are working with Ecobirmingham to offer a Small Footsteps ‘mini-craftivists’ session for 8 -12 year-olds on the Saturday afternoon.
- Footsteps own Kamran & Toqueer will be part of the opening panel discussion from 6pm on the Friday evening.
From the Festival Organisers:
Building on the success of the Birmingham COP26 march and digital rally, plus some successful local actions taken at the end of 2021, Brum Climate Justice invite you to a Climate Festival 18-20th February in Northfield.
Here we will deepen our learning on climate justice, learn vital skills around community organising and have facilitated conversations on what effective climate justice work and solidarity looks like.
The festival will allow us to come together to connect, learn and exchange, share food, have some fun, and, most importantly, take action for climate justice.