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FREE Sustainability Workshop with Sheffield Council Director, Andy Nolan

Thur 8 Apr 2010 - NOTE: EVENT FULL

What is Sustainable Development? What can it do for you and for Sheffield? NOTE EVENT FULL SORRY – INUNDATED WITH BOOKINGS AND NOW ONLY ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS FOR WAITING LIST PENDING CANCELLATIONS. Facilitator: Professor Dave Applebaum, Head of Probability & Statistics, The University of SheffieldKeynote Speaker: Andy Nolan, Director of Sustainable Development, Sheffield City Council will talk about his views on how to make Sheffield sustainable and ways to involve everyone in the community.Guest Speaker: Prof Ian Rotherham, an ecologist specialising in community involvement at Sheffield Hallam University will talk about grassroots action for climate change.AND 'The Marketplace' of Sheffield's award-winning organisations which are sending representatives to talk about how they help to reduce Sheffield's carbon footprint: * Volunteers, Action for Stannington * Darrell, Marryon, Heeley City Farm * Maxwell Ayamba, Sheffield Black & Ethnic Minority Environmental Network (SHEBEEN) * Joan Miller, Sheffield Campaign Against Climate Change * Judith Townsend, Sheffield City Freecycle * Mark Wells, Sheffield Renewables * Dave Garlovsky, Solar Active * Nick Parsons, South Yorkshire Energy CentreRefreshments provided. Hosted by DLA Piper LLP Sheffield Office 1 St Paul's Place, Sheffield S1 2JX (above Cafe Nero right opposite The Peace Gardens by Sheffield Town Hall). Please note out of courtesy to hosts to confirm places and to reflect environmental policy, for booked places NOT taken up there is a £15 charge, also for attendees who join without booking.Online registration form: www.actionforinvolvement.org.uk/register-for-2010-eventWorkshop information: www.actionforinvolvement.org.uk/events Or call 07946 453258

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