On Monday 27th June get the latest news, tips and ideas from the range of innovative climate change projects run by local authorities across Yorkshire and the Humber with funding support from YoHr Space.
The event is a great opportunity to network, hear from a range of colleagues who have delivered YoHr Space projects and to hear more about the legacy for local government improvement.
As the main programme comes to an end this is a unique opportunity to celebrate the partnership’s achievements with the people that made it happen and to share their experiences, lessons learned and outcomes achieved covering a diverse range of projects including:
‘Big Green Society’ - Localism and what this means for local government's role in tackling climate change.
Faye Scott, Senior Policy Advisor, Green Alliance.
Please book your place online at www.lgyh.gov.uk
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