The Carbon Landscape Youth Summit 2020

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Virtual Event in Online

Wednesday 19th August 2020

1:30pm til 4:30pm  Minimum Age: 16

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The Carbon Landscapes Youth Summit 2020

You need to be aged 16 to 24 years of age to attend, and have access to the internet or a phone.

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the carbon landscape youth summit 2020 on wednesday 19th august 2020

This free online event is for young people aged 16 – 24 years of age to learn about our amazing wetlands here in the North West of England.

Do you care passionately about the environment?

Are you wanting to take action to help deal with climate change?

This half day event aims to bring young people from the North West together online for inspirational talks by young leaders, and interactive workshops. You will learn about how our local Carbon Landscape is helping in the climate emergency and is supporting unique and endangered wildlife. This is your chance to share your ideas and be part of the solution.

This event is run by The Carbon Landscape Project.

Please book a place here. Places are limited.

https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/London/Virtual-Event/The-Carbon-Landscape-Youth-Summit-2020/13803256/

We will send you more detailed information nearer the time.

You need to be aged 16 to 24 years of age to attend, and have access to the internet or a phone

By obtaining a ticket for this event, you consent to any photographic images of me collected during the Youth Summit event, being stored digitally and used in any promotional, social media or reporting material by the Carbon Landscape Project and The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside.

You can chose to have you camera turned off at the times we take an image