COP with the Climate Hub at Depot
1-12 November, Depot Studio
Come along to Depot Cinema this November for a fortnight of climate and environmental-related exhibitions, talks and workshops hosted by affiliate groups of Lewes Climate Hub.
While global leaders meet at the critical UN Climate Summit in Glasgow, our affiliate groups will supporting Depot’s COP26 season by exploring themes that are critical to tackling climate change at an international, community and personal level. From sustainable food to renewable energy, climate justice to greener travel, join the Hub at Depot to explore a wealth of ideas to see what a low-carbon world should really look like.
On Sunday 7 November, there’ll be a Family Activities Day, with activities for all the family to explore around looking after our planet. To round things off on Friday 12 November, a People’s Climate Assembly will let you have your say on sustainable housing and transport for Lewes District in a facilitated discussion, with all ideas fed back to Lewes District Council.
Watch out for more information at www.lewesdepot.org/climateactionfestival/climatehub
Lewes Climate Justice Group presents “In Defence of Our Lands” at the Depot, Lewes
An exhibition, film and talk in advance of COP 26 from Monday 18th October – Friday 22nd October
FILM: ‘In Defence of Our Lands’ Wednesday 20th October 7pm
We hear from activists in Mexico, Honduras and Colombia about the struggles to protect their lands and the environment. Introduction by Susi Bascon, UK Director of Peace Brigades International, followed by a discussion with the film-maker and interviewer and a representative of XR Climate Justice.
Book here: lewesdepot.org/film/in-defence-of-our-lands
EXHIBITION: ‘In Defence of Our Lands’ Photography by Manu Valcerce, Monday 18th – Friday 22nd October
Honouring the activists and land they are fighting to save from destruction. Depot Studio, Free admission.
TALK: Thursday 21st October 7 pm – 9 pm
Climate Injustice and Conservation Refugees with LOSRAS (Lewes Refugee Support)
A talk examining our understanding of refugees in a time of climate catastrophe. Fiona Watson from Survival International, will show why Indigenous Peoples are being evicted from their lands in the name of colonial conservation, despite evidence that they understand and manage their environment better than anyone else. Suggested donation: £4.00