- Do you work in the voluntary & community, housing, health, employment or energy sectors?
- Do you want to address fuel poverty and help identify integrated approaches to energy, health, social justice and climate change?
If so, than this is the event for you!
Date: 10th December from 10.30 am (registration from 10am) till 17.00pm. It is a FREE event
Venue: The Lift, Angel
- Jenny Saunders OBE, member of the Fuel Poverty Advisory Group (FPAG is an advisory non-departmental public body of the Department of Energy & Climate Change) and CEO National Energy Action
- Dr Brenda Boardman, MBE, FEI, Emeritus Fellow, Lower Carbon Futures, Environmental Change Institute, OUCE. Author of “Fixing Fuel Poverty: Challenges and solutions”
- Christina Marriott, Senior Manager addressing health inequalities, NHS England
- Ed Matthew, Director Energy Bill Revolution
- Mary Milne, Senior Campaigns Officer, Age UK
- Agamemnon Otero, CEO Repowering London
Speakers from Greater London Authority and Public Health England (London team) to be confirmed.
Fuel poverty is a major problem across London. Action and policy change is needed on a large scale, to cut energy waste in this city, to improve health, increase employment opportunities and save lives and to create warm homes for all Londoners. This event will seek to bring together organisations that work to tackle fuel poverty with social housing landlords, local authorities, public health agencies, community and residents associations, environmental organisations, energy companies, academics and government bodies to identify new integrated approaches to health, energy social justice and climate change.
There will be a range of practical workshops on: local community energy and efficiency schemes; lobbying & campaigning, public health and others.
- Invest in local solar power, earn a good return, combat climate change and help the community – Repowering London
- A practitioner’s experience on reducing fuel poverty – Energise Barnet
- ‘Developing outreach in the community that can initiate change by creating conversations about energy’ and ‘Building partnerships with organisations across the Borough that help to make energy a priority for everyone.’ – Living Under one Sun
The event will be chaired by Chris Church from Community Environment Associates
This event has been organised by the London Voluntary Sector Council’s Climate Change Leaders for a Low Carbon London project
More information and booking details can be found on the LVSC website
You can also contact Sandra van der Feen for more information: [email protected]
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