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Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum policy conference: Next steps for renewable energy – regulation, funding and innovation

Tuesday 12th January
Online
£190 +VAT

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BITC: Webinar: Net Zero Carbon: Understanding Climate–Related Risks and Opportunities

Wednesday 20th January
Online
Included in BITC membership

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Smarter Power Grid Digital Conference

Friday 22nd January
Online
From £200 +VAT

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ORNI Webinar: Access Legislation in Northern Ireland

Wednesday 27th January
Online
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Covid–19 – Learning from Belfast – A citywide response

Wednesday 27th January
Online
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The National Climate Change Conference 2021

Wednesday 27th January
TBC, Central London
See website for details

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BTO: NI Wetland Bird Survey Training (Online)

Saturday 30th January
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Belfast: One Million Trees 14 January 2021

Belfast City Council: One Million Trees

 
Trees

 
Image via Pixabay


Over the last year, we have been working with partners from organisations across the city to create a process for collective tree planting across Belfast. The idea originated with Belfast Metropolitan Residents Group and has become an ambitious partnership initiative coordinated by Belfast City Council, which aims to make our city greener, cleaner and healthier. Our ambition is to see one million trees planted over a 15–year period.

We have been been working behind the scenes to coordinate the Belfast One Million Trees programme, identifying potential sites for planting, and building a partnership of statutory agencies and voluntary organisations who can help us make this happen. We are now very excited to be able to launch this programme – check out our short video and stay in touch!

Now, its your chance to get involved. Tell us your ideas and comments or use the mapping tool below to tell us the places where you’d like to see a tree planted. We especially want to hear from businesses and public landowners across the city who would be willing to plant a tree on their land.

 More information available here