The Leeds Climate Commission has 24 representatives drawn from organisations across the public, private and third sectors. Occasionally, we will advertise new roles on the Commission.
Membership of the Leeds Climate Commission is limited by numbers but opportunities for individuals to apply to join are available annually. Other ways to get involved are through Leeds Climate Forum events and meetings, which are open to all. These are held several times a year and give updates, consult on particular issues, plan themed engagement campaigns or present new reports or initiatives, as well as hosting talks and events.
The first meeting of Leeds Climate Forum was held on Tuesday 10 October at the University of Leeds, at which Prof Andy Gouldson and colleagues presented the research findings of the revised and updated Mini Stern Review for Leeds 2017.
See the Leeds Climate Forum page for more information and a report on the event.
Our regular e-bulletin will also include updates on the work of the Leeds Climate Commission, news and events and other items.
If you have suggestions or feedback on our activities more generally, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Other ways to get involved
- Send us details of relevant Leeds events for inclusion on our pages (don't forget to include pictures!)
- Share your success stories with us and we will promote them, inspiring others
- Tell us what your organisation, company, group, school, or campaign is doing
- Look out for our new members' opportunities (annual)
- Follow us on Twitter @LeedsClimateCom
- Follow us on Facebook
- Attend our events
Keep in touch!
Stay in touch with Leeds Climate Commission and Leeds Climate Forum by signing up here.
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