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Next steps for wind energy in the UK – market frameworks and development, scaling up connectivity and capacity, and opportunities for regional economies

Thursday 6th May
Online
£190 plus VAT

Diversity, authenticity, regeneration: Delivering the High Street recovery

Friday 7th May
Online
See Eventbrite for details

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The Outdoor Partnership Northern Ireland

Monday 10th May
Online
Free

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Nature–based solutions for climate change in the UK

Wednesday 12th May
Online
Free

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The Assembly Explained

Friday 14th May
Online
Free

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CatchmentCARE Week – Bringing Groundwater to the Surface

Tuesday 18th May
Online
Free

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The Waste Management Conference

Tuesday 25th May
Online
£315.00– £575.00

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The Climate Northern Ireland partnership brings together members from a range of key sectors to share best practice and promote positive action to address the impacts of a changing climate.

CNI

 

By acting as a primary point of contact within Northern Ireland for all aspects of climate change, Climate Northern Ireland promotes a more coordinated and coherent approach that adds value to the work of our members.

Vision and Mission Statement

“Climate Northern Ireland is an intersectoral network devoted to increasing understanding of climate change impacts and risks within Northern Ireland and promoting the adaptation actions necessary to address these.”

VISION: A dynamic region resilient to the impacts of climate change and driven by a vibrant low–carbon economy that values the people and the environment of Northern Ireland, benefitting current and future generations.

MISSION: Climate Northern Ireland will increase understanding of the impacts of climate change in Northern Ireland and promote action to address climate change across all sectors of society.

Aims and Objectives:

1. Providing Information – raising awareness of the impacts of climate change within organisations and the general public, and equipping them with the information they need to adapt.

2. Supporting Forums – facilitating the development and delivery of open and informative forums to support members and others to share climate change adaptation and mitigation action through partnership and networking.

3. Promoting Action – raising the profile of climate change within Northern Ireland to encourage individual and sectoral action.

4. Supporting Policy Development – promoting and facilitating stakeholder engagement and input into climate change adaptation policy development and implementation.

Contact
Jane McCullough
89 Loopland Drive
Belfast
BT6 9DW
Tel: 028 9045 5770
Email: Jane
Web: www.climatenorthernireland.org.uk