It's challenging to communicate climate change at a community level. How can we find ways to alert people to climate change when there are so many other things to worry about? How can we make the solutions to climate change feel positive and empowering? And, especially, how can we reach beyond the limited core audience of dedicated environmentalists to the wider and sometimes sceptical population?
Tyndall Manchester would like to invite you to attend the next talk in our seminar series “Supporting climate change adaptation in rural Tanzania: is promoting resilience in transitional communities sufficient?” by Dr. Susannah Sallu.
Organised by Manchester City Council and Westcountry Rivers Trust. This workshop will explore the nature of Hulme with people who live and work there. Discussions will cover the natural environment and people’s ideas about how things could be improved. This will also identify challenges and opportunities to create nature-based solutions. Follow up events will be in January 2018 and March 2018.
Identifying and understanding the controls for common heating systems.
Description: Will enable you to identify typical heating controls, understand how to programme or use the most common type of central heating programmer and night storage heater control and learn how to use supplementary information to pinpoint potential issues.
For: Householders looking to better understand their heating controls, or who may be considering changing to smart systems in future (eg Nest, Hive). Organisations working in communities to improve comfort and reduce bills.