Climate week 4-10 March 2013

Climate Change

Chiara Rocci | 12/02/13 | London

Join the Climate Week 2013 and show your commitment to combating Climate Change. Climate Week is Britain’s biggest climate change campaign and every year hosts activities and events run by schools, businesses, charities, councils with the goal of raising awareness on Climate Change.

During the week, various stakeholders show what can be achieved for tackling climate change and there is the chance to share ideas and to encourage thousands more to act during the rest of the year. Climate Week has support from every part of society, from the Prime Minister to Paul McCartney, the NHS to the Met Office, Girlguiding UK to the CBI, the Big Lottery Fund to the National Association of Head Teachers.

This year, the Climate week will take place from 4th to 10th March 2013 and registrations are now open.
If you are an educator at a botanic garden or other outdoor education setting you can participate and register an event you would like to hold to showcase your commitment to combating climate change. The event could be a talk, workshop, training session, open day, exhibition, party or any other kind of activity. It is also possible to take part in Britain’s biggest live environmental competition – the Climate Week Challenge – and enter the prestigious Climate Week Awards.

If you want some inspiration on the sorts of event that you could run or to find out all the details, visit the website at


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