Join the Bristol Disability Equality Forum for their March Open Forum on the theme of:
‘Disabled people taking action on Covid and the climate crisis’
It will be a chance to learn about:
- Their recent work, including their petition calling on the government to halt the Survey on a National Disability Strategy.
- How the Forum has been supporting people during Covid
- Making Change Happen
- The Community Climate Action project
The presentations will be followed by breakout rooms for discussion. They want to hear your ideas on how Disabled people can act on the climate crisis.
When: 2pm – 4pm, Saturday 27th March 2021
Meeting ID: 865 4485 6410 Passcode: 089867
BSL Interpreters will be available. Please contact us with any access needs you have for Zoom.
About the Community Climate Action project
Bristol is aiming to stop its carbon emissions by 2030 to help slow the climate crisis.
This issue is important to Disabled people. Firstly, because we are some of the people most at risk from the climate crisis. Secondly, because action on the climate can make difficulties for us or make our lives better. To make sure that these changes are for the better we need to take part in creating Bristol’s climate plans.
The Bristol Disability Equality Forum is joining Bristol Green Capital Partnership’s Community Climate Action project. For this work we will bring Disabled people together to give feedback on the city’s plans and to create a climate plan for Disabled people in Bristol.
Big changes are coming. Let’s make sure that these changes are good for us and the planet.
Click to read more about the Community Climate Action project.
Tel. 0117 914 0528 Website www.bristoldef.org.uk