Greenpeace Exeter is hosting a town hall event focussed on the cost of living and climate crises on Sunday 20 November at Exeter Community Centre.
There will be a presentation and discussion following the screening of a short film made by Greenpeace UK and the New Economics Foundation.
The Cost of Living highlights the impact of energy price increases on the community in Rother Valley, South Yorkshire.
It explores the ways that investment in renewable energy, insulation of homes and green energy skills and training could help ease both cost of living and climate crises.
The New Economics Foundation is a UK think tank which focusses on community development, democracy and economics. Its work includes research on the economics of climate change.
Greenpeace is an independent international campaign network, founded in Canada in 1971. It addresses global issues such as climate change, deforestation and overfishing through research, lobbying and direct action.
Its network consists of 26 independent organisations in more than 55 countries across the world.
Greenpeace Exeter is part of the Greenpeace UK national network. It relaunched in December 2018 and meets online on the first Wednesday of each month.
The Greenpeace Exeter town hall event is at 2-4pm on Sunday 20 November at Exeter Community Centre. More information on the Greenpeace UK website