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Hedge Maintenance

Sunday 5th April
Kilmacrew House, near Banbridge
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Say #iwill4nature in Northern Ireland!

Thursday 23rd April
Belfast’s Window on Wildlife, 100 Airport Rd W, Belfast BT3 9ED

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Habitat Management at Slievenacloy Nature Reserve

Sunday 26th April
Slievenacloy Nature Reserve, Belfast Hills
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Modernising and Decarbonising Energy in the UK Forum

Wednesday 29th April
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New Belfast Climate Commission 10 January 2020

Belfast has joined three UK cities in an ambitious new green initiative to drive action on climate change (via Belfast Telegraph)

 

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The Belfast Climate Commission was officially launched on Friday as a joint venture between Queen’s University and Belfast City Council, bringing together academics and decision–makers.

Along with Edinburgh and Leeds, it’s hoped Belfast will play a key role in helping the UK government achieve a 2050 target of reducing carbon emissions to net–zero.

The work is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council for the Place–Based Climate Action Network (PCAN), with the hope of translating climate policy into action on the ground.

Speaking at the launch event, Belfast Lord Mayor Daniel Baker welcomed the move to counter the “profound” impact of climate change on the city.

Read more via Belfast Telegraph