King’s Sustainability and King’s Climate Action Network events:
King’s Sustainability Month (February 2021)
Students and staff can submit events to form part of this month here. The month will focus on action – supporting and empowering King’s students and staff to take action on the various sustainability issues and how they can play a role in creating a sustainable society and world.
If you’d like to be involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
London Student Sustainability Conference, 24 February 2021
The London Student Sustainability Conference highlights student research and projects which create positive impacts in the world. The conference is entirely student-led; with opportunities for students to exhibit their work through presentations, posters and performances.
This is a great opportunity to share your work with a diverse audience, practice presentation skills and network with students, staff and professionals from the University of London and beyond.
The King’s Sustainability Team are taking applications from students to be part of this now – apply here. Deadline 13 December.
KCL EcoSoc, 15th December: Live cook-along with celebrity chef Max La Manna
EcoSoc is thrilled to announce that we have celebrity plant-based chef Max La Manna coming to do a virtual LIVE cook along on the 15th of December!
Max will be showing us all how to cook a delicious plant-based winter recipe for dinner while we follow along at home. After this, there will be a Q&A segment where you will have the opportunity to ask him any questions you may have! With this event, we hope to introduce people to low-waste cooking, while also showing them a scrumptious new recipe they can add to their repertoire!
Where: Zoom (register your interest to receive the link)
When: 15th of December at 18:00 pm GMT
So please register your interest in order to receive all the necessary information including the ingredient list and the Zoom link beforehand! We can’t wait to see you all there!
Past Climate Action Network events:
Fair Energy Campaign Lunch & Learn, Wednesday 11th November, 12:30-13:30
The Citizens UK Fair Energy Campaign is an exciting opportunity to help lead a new campaign at King’s fighting for inclusive climate justice by helping communities switch to fair and green energy suppliers.The Fair Energy team, led by King’s students, are looking to build a team who will help peers and communities around King’s to switch energy suppliers, saving money and cutting carbon emissions in the process. This team will likely be a major component of a nationwide campaign, the aim of which is to put pressure on the Big Six energy suppliers to abandon exploitative pricing policies and offer renewable tariffs. Watch the Lunch & Learn back to find out more about the issue and how you can support the Fair Energy movement. Contact email@example.com to join the movement.
Climate Campaigning workshop with Hope for the Future, Thursday 19th November, 10:00-12:00
Hope for the Future is a climate charity which equips communities, groups and individuals across the country to communicate the urgency of climate change with their local politicians. In this training session they will provide you with the skills to build relationships with elected representatives on climate change, including understanding values across the political spectrum, framing ‘asks’ for the best response, and using effective conversation techniques.This will be the first of two events. Next term (date TBC) we will hold a second workshop to help you apply these skills to specific issues in a ‘hackathon’-style event.