Members from Britain and Ireland meet to discuss current thinking on the climate crisis and draw up the group's programme of work for the next year. This year's meeting is in Cloughjordan, County Tipperary, Ireland. Attendance is limited to 20 and only two or three places are still available.
Two public lectures hosted by the Carbon Cycles and Sinks Network
. The first lecture, "Organic farming's role in improving food security and combatting climate change", features Gundala Azeez as the speaker. The second, "Biochar's role in increasing fertility and reducing fertiliser use", will be presented by Dr. Witold Kwapinski and David Friese-Greene.
Public meeting which has been planned to suit people who are already farming organically or who are thinking of doing so. Featuring Gundula Azeez, a former policy adviser to the Soil Association, Martin Peck, who raises sheep organically in Wales, and Joe Condon, who raises cattle organically in South Tipperary, selling the beef direct to the public.
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Public Lecture on Modern Money Theory and the economic
crisis, organised by Smart Taxes