Past Events

Climate Change and Suffolk – Session Online

Virtual

Art Eat would like to invite you to attend a free online session about Climate Change and Suffolk which kick-starts the 2nd Phase of WeAreHere which takes place on the 12th of December at 12pm or 6pm. This first ...

Free

Introducing Community Energy – Younity Workshop

Virtual

Just announced! We're excited to be working with @Younity_UK to provide 2 workshops on Community Energy! 13th December, 14.30: Introducing Community Energy. Want to learn more about Community Energy but not sure where to start? Come along Younity's workshop, giving ...

Free

Woodland Creation Activity (Tree Planting)

Woods Meadow Oulton Broad Woods Meadow Oulton Broad, Lowestoft, Suffolk, United Kingdom

This has been arranged by East Suffolk Council on behalf of the Greenprint Forum, with East Suffolk's Countryside Team hosted at ESSL. Participants will be planting a range of native species of trees to make a significant contribution to ...

Free

Power Purchase Agreements explained – Younity Workshop

Just announced! We're excited to be working with @Younity_UK to provide 2 workshops on Community Energy! 11th January, 11am: Power Purchase Agreements Explained. If you have an existing Community Energy project, learn more about Power Purchase Agreements and how ...

Free

Flexibility Tariffs

Virtual

Come and learn about the range of Octopus Energy  tariffs designed to increase uptake and efficiencies of renewable energy technologies. This session will give an overview of: flexibility tariffs available for Residential customers flexibility tariffs available for Commercial customers ECO4 funding available ...

Free

Heathland conservation task, Upper Hollesley Common

Upper Hollesley Common Heath Road, Woodbridge, Suffolk, United Kingdom

This has been arranged by ESC on behalf of the Greenprint Forum, with east Suffolk's Countryside Team hosted at ESSL. This site is part of the Sutton & Hollesley Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a site of ...

Free

Food vs Farming: Do we have to choose?

The Food Museum Iliffe Way, Stowmarket, United Kingdom

In 1991, leading regenerative farmer John Pawsey converted Shimpling Park Farm, Suffolk, to organic production amid concerns about soil health and wildlife decline. Since then, John has managed to reverse wildlife decline, improve soil health and make his farm profitable. Jake Fiennes is the Conservation Manager at Holkham Estate, Norfolk and author of Land Healer. His habitat restoration and agricultural work at Holkham have enabled wildlife to flourish – bringing back wetlands, hedgerows, birds and butterflies over 25,000 acres of land – without sacrificing crop yields. The two of them will recount the experiments and strategies which allowed them to find the right balance between habitat restoration and agricultural productivity.

£18

Eco Retrofit in Conservation Areas

Virtual

With domestic households being responsible for 24% of UK carbon emissions we can all play a role in reducing our impact on the climate.  But retrofitting in conservation areas can be complicated, which comes first conservation concerns, or tackling ...

Free

Big Green Films at the Cut

The Cut 8 New Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk

The first ever “Big Green Film Day” of inspiring, thought-provoking films in a warm and friendly setting. With the all day cafe, music, and news from Halesworth Ash, the Millennium Green, Blyth Water Monitoring. Organised by Kim & Nick ...

Free

Nourishing local and sustainable food

Saxmundham Market Hall Market Hall, High Street, Saxmundham

The Greenprint Forum have a vision for an East Suffolk where we work together to improve our quality of life and living standards whilst reducing our environmental impact. As part of this, we want tasty, healthy food of good quality that is accessible to people and that is grown and farmed in ways that minimise negative impacts and maximise positive impacts on natural resources. This event is a Forum to explore the localisation of the production and supply of food, evaluation and enhancement of the assets of natural capital upon which the very production of food depends, and how the risks faced by farmers undergoing transformation need to be tackled.

Free

Avocado Anxiety

The Food Museum Iliffe Way, Stowmarket, United Kingdom

Award-winning author Louise Gray (The Ethical Carnivore) joins us to discuss her newest book Avocado Anxiety. In an effort to make sense of the complex food system, Louise tracked the stories of our most popular fruit and vegetables from farm to fruit bowl, in order to assess their impact on the planet. As her book reveals, there are no clear-cut answers. But that doesn’t mean we should throw our hands up in despair. Rather, we need to learn what questions to pose, so we can engage in more nuanced and thoughtful cost-benefit calculations at the grocery store.

£18
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