There is also a Facebook Group for people involved in climate change activities across Hampshire to talk, share news and publicise events.

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Hampshire Climate Action aims to share good practice and ideas among people engaged in climate change in their community in the geographical area of Hampshire. In March 2014, it drew up a statement of how it operates.

News

To keep global warming below 2 degrees, we need action locally as well as globally. 

Climate change is too important to be a party political issue. We must make the planet safer for future generations and for all life on earth - animal, plant and human. 

Hampshire Climate Action Network met on  29 October 2016 - see notes.

The next meeting will be Sat 6 May 2017 in Winchester. If you want to come, email HCAN@winacc.org.uk

At a well-attended meeting on 30 April 2016, climate change activists from the Andover, Basingstoke, the New Forest, Southampton, Winchester and elsewhere swapped news and ideas about:

Meeting topics included the wide range of actions connected to the Paris Climate Conference, potential action to influence the Hampshire County Council Pension Scheme, and talking to the Chief Executive of the County Council to talk to HCAN and devolution.

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Local climate change projects and campaigns - not all by WinACC. National campaigns, for example on divestment from fossil fuels, are under the "National and global" button

Events

May 2017

Hampshire Climate Action Network's next six-monthly meeting on Saturday 6 May is open to everyone who is actively working against climate change in their community in Hampshire to share experiences and news, learn from successes and failures, and work together where appropriate.