Stories of Change is a programme of free online workshops and webcasts exploring how successful low-carbon initiatives can lead to permanent change and meaningful action on climate breakdown on a larger scale.
These events form part of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research‘s 20th anniversary celebrations.
Stories of Change workshops
Suitable for anyone working within their community, organisation, local authority or their own daily lives to respond to the climate emergency, these free online workshops will share and celebrate the insights of people and groups who have managed to share, scale up, or amplify the impact of their activities. Join us to discover and discuss inspiring good practice and come away with fresh and practical ideas of how to bring about change.
Book your free place now:
September 14th: Stories of Change: Transforming food and the things we buy
September 15th: Stories of Change: Transforming travel and energy
Do you have a story to share?
We’re keen to amplify and celebrate successful climate actions and initiatives that have led to wider change – planned or unplanned – beyond your own home, community, team, or organisation. Whether this is an action you’ve taken as an individual or as part of a team or organisation, we’re looking for examples of action that had a ripple effect, spreading their positive impacts and leading to wider action on climate breakdown.
We are looking for people to contribute in one of three ways:
- Joining us for an informal chat about your experiences to be recorded and shared as a webcast. Recording is likely to take place during the weeks beginning 24th and 31st of August and should take no more than 30 minutes of your time.
- Taking part as a panellist in our September 14th and 15th events,
- Sending us a written story (and photos if you wish)