Registration link here Join the Môn Gwyrdd forum’s young people for a debate on carbon footprints and where the
About this event
Môn Gwyrdd is back following the success of the previous ‘insect apocalypse’ debate under the Our Wild Coast banner. This time the organisers are back with the first online event as part of the new Stand For Nature Wales project.
In this debate lead by the Anglesey Youth forum, young people from the local community will again be joined by students from Bangor University to discuss some of the bigger issues facing us both individually and globally, in starting to make a meaningful impact on the current climate crisis.
There will follow a question and answer session with guest speaker Alison Cameron, a climate researcher from Bangor, and a panel of the debaters.
Stand for Nature Wales is a pan-Wales youth climate change project with a big ambition!
The six Wildlife Trusts in Wales have come together to tackle climate change with the help of the young people of Wales. For the next three years, we will work to empower and inspire young people to take action for nature and wildlife in their local area in a bid to tackle climate change. From urban Cardiff to rural Montgomeryshire, young people are standing for nature and their futures.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm