Exeter Climate Action Hub is hosting an interactive workshop that explains the science behind climate change on Saturday 4 March.
The three hour Climate Fresk workshop is free and open to all.
It aims to explain the causes and consequences of climate change, introducing participants to climate science and its links with climate action.
It will be led by climate action hub volunteers who have been trained to deliver the collaborative Climate Fresk programme, and will be the second such event at the hub.
The organisers aim to host further Climate Fresk events, train new facilitators and offer workshops to Exeter businesses.
Climate Fresk was created in 2018 by Cédric Ringenbach, an engineer and energy transition consultant, and is now being delivered in more than 40 countries.
It seeks to raise awareness of climate change, enable shared understanding of the challenges it presents and facilitate the action required to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Exeter Climate Action Hub opened in November last year in a vacant Princesshay retail unit in Bedford Street to offer events, film screenings and drop-in climate crisis information, advice and support.
It is open from 10am-4pm most days and also provides meeting space for local environmental and social justice groups.
The next Exeter Climate Fresk workshop is being held from 11am-2pm on Saturday 4 March.
It is free to attend but donations to Exeter Climate Action Hub will be welcome. Book a place here.