Did you know?
Local environmental networks LENs are made up of individuals with interests in a wide range of environmental and climate issues. They provide a central hub around which people from a given area can gather, discuss projects, ask for help, create change and become involved in their local Public Participation Network.
Communication, sharing resources, and having conversations about climate lets each other know that we are all working together to make a better future for our planet. It is important that we are all open to learning and that we can talk to our friends, family and neighbours about it. You might wonder where you can start. Joining a group of like minded people can help you learn more about how to act for climate in your everyday life, and how to talk about these issues with others in your life. Local environmental networks may be the place for you.
All around the country LENs are being used to bring people together, get conversations started, create meaningful projects for the local community and positively impact the wider surroundings.
County Carlow Environmental Network: The voluntary County Carlow Environmental Network (CEN) is an inclusive, welcoming community group that is focussed on making Carlow sustainable and beautiful for all. We bring our various skills and knowledge together to foster learning and actions for living well in County Carlow. The group is open to all and meets on the first Tuesday of every month, 7-9pm at An Gairdin Beo in Carlow town.
Upcoming Event: Feast Upon The Earth – A Conversation About Food
A brief talk about Feast Upon The Earth, an installation commissioned by IMMA for Earth Rising, 2023 – followed by conversations eith local experts, growers, producers, purveyors, nutritionist, fine food chef, restauranteur.
Venue: Tullow Parish Centre
When: Wednesday, November 29th, 7.30-9.30pm
Free Entry – Refreshments Available
Register: 086 089 1141 / [email protected]