The Hotline podcast, episode 3

Welcome to The Hotline, the 3-part mini-series answering environmental questions coming out of Lewisham, Croydon, Tower Hamlets and Hackney.

Show notes:

To start the episode we discussed how you can get involved in local environmental decision-making.

To make sure you don’t miss an opportunity to have your voice heard, check out the council meeting calendars for Lewisham, Tower Hamlets, Croydon and Hackney. Alternatively, the Count Us in Climate Action Organisation and Friends of the Earth have their own communities where you can get involved in worldwide campaigns.

On the topic of dirty water, we shared advice for those interested in joining the ER Don’t Pay for Dirty Water campaign, and if you want to follow related discussions on social media, the hashtags #DontPay4DirtyWater and #BoycottWaterBills will help direct you to live conversations.

For further information about your local council’s environmental engagement, you can read Lewisham, Croydon, Tower Hamlets and Hackney‘s climate commitments. If you’re in Tower Hamlets don’t forget you may also be eligible for one of the borough’s Carbon Reduction Community Grants, so have a think about how you could innovate.

Episode 3: Campaigning and the Council was edited and produced by Kate Balding. The show was researched and presented by Kate Balding and Luke Cromhout; with original music from Pius Bentgens.

Catch up on The Hotline, Episode 1 and Episode 2 now.

The Hotline was produced as part of the ‘Climate Refresh’. Want to learn more about local responses to the climate crisis? See the rest of the series here.

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