“We have everything we need to create a positive future.”
Paul Allen. www.zerocarbonbritain.org
Powys Transition and Low Carbon Communities invite you to their forth-coming conference “ZERO CARBON POWYS: Rethinking the Future for our Rural Communities” on Saturday 8th November 2014,from 10.00 to 16:00 at the beautiful new venue “Wales Institute for Sustainable Education,” within the Centre for Alternative Technology at Machynlleth.
This conference will discuss the latest Zero Carbon Britain report, which shows that it IS possible to protect our planet without hardship!
The keynote speaker will be PAUL ALLEN the Zero Carbon Britain project leader, and our conference will be of great interest to everyone who is concerned with building sustainable and resilient communities anywhere in rural Britain.
Powys Transition and Low Carbon Communities Network (PTLCC)
PTLCC links and supports the many groups in Powys working actively towards building thriving sustainable communities.
Zero Carbon Britain – “We have the technology to power ourselves with 100% renewable energy, to feed ourselves sustainably and to leave a safe and habitable climate for our children and future generations. Using only current technology and acting in line with the current climate science, we can reduce our greenhouse gas emissions to net zero whilst maintaining a modern standard of living. We can provide a reliable energy supply for the UK with 100% renewable energy sources and flexible carbon neutral back up, without fossil fuels, nuclear power, or gambling on the promise of future technology. We can grow the vast majority of the food we need for a healthy, low carbon diet, and manage our land to capture carbon, nurture biodiversity and increase the health and resilience of our ecosystems. We can create 1.5 million jobs, improve our wellbeing, and help ensure the future we leave for our children and generations to come is safe and sustainable.”
Beautiful cutting edge venue
Wholefood, local, fair trade refreshments
Further details and online bookings (book early!) book here
How to get there and details of accommodation available through CAT http://visit.cat.org.uk/how-to-get-to-cat
The ticket charge of £5 has been made possible through the support of the Connecting Voices programme; concessions and group discounts are also available. We want to make this conference affordable to all, so please do not hesitate to contact our administrator Sally Owen firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
If you would like to offer or find a lift share to the event contact Sally Owen, as above.
Supported by PAVO, the BIG Lottery Fund and RENEW Wales