Brentwood Climate Action members were out in force on Brentwood and Ingatestone high streets on Saturday – as part of the Global Day of Action.
Brentwood Climate Action members spent the day talking to members of the public on Brentwood High Street and on Ingatestone High Street, to raise awareness of COP26 and the Climate Emergency, and promote the ongoing work of Brentwood Climate Action and how it can make a difference locally.
If you missed the chance to join the dozens signing our petition in person at the weekend, then please do so online. We’re calling on Brentwood Borough Council to Declare a Climate Emergency and publish an ambitious Climate Action Plan as soon as possible.
Taking place on the middle Saturday of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, the Global Day of Action featured a series of grassroots-organised events right across the country. The purpose of the Global Day of Action was to unite all climate activists and climate groups nationwide around a common goal: to demand governments and corporations limit global temperatures to 1.5°C and deliver real and just solutions to the climate crisis.
If you signed our petition, joined up as a member or talked to us and would like to get more involved – then come along to our next full meeting of Brentwood Climate Action members on Tuesday November 23 (7.30pm)
The venue will be confirmed soon – but it will also be hybrid online via Zoom for those unable to attend in person – and we’ll publish full details as soon as we have them.