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We're facing a climate emergency. The biggest threat to our very existence and to much of the natural world we’ve ever seen.

And yet our leaders are letting us down. The solutions to the climate crisis are out there and people across the country and across the world are already building them.

The most powerful way we can respond to climate change is by working together where we live to build solutions and then joining our communities together at key moments to push for big national change.

Join us on at the Dugdale Centre at 7.30pm on Thursday 14th November to kickstart Climate Action Enfield. We’ll spend some time working out what climate action might look like in Enfield and what we can do together. Come along and be part of the solution.

Book your place here: https://bit.ly/36bTYUi (or just turn up on the night!)

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