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January 2019

Haringey’s Zero by 2050 route-map – workshop

Thursday 17 January 7pm to 9pm, we will have a session with council officers and consultants Arup on the draft Zero 50 route map (see previous posts for more information on this). The draft is available by emailing quentin.given@btinternet.com. The venue is now confirmed, Wood Green Works, 40 Cumberland Road, London N22 7SG. […]

December 2018

Follow-up workshop on Zero 50 route map

At our last meeting we agreed to hold a special session to work in more detail on the draft Zero 50 route map being prepared by consultants Arup. 

That session will now take place on Thursday 17 January, 7pm to 9pm, probably at the Civic Centre. The draft route map […]

October 2018

Climate Forum meeting 25 October

Notes from meeting 25 October.
Attendance: Cllr Kirsten Hearn; Joe Baker, Zahrah Ali; Anne Gilpin, Stephen Cook and Stephanie from Arups; Jill Boswell, Norman Beddington, Jenny Bourne-Taylor, Helen Mayer, Tim Root, Chris Lazou, Joyce Rosser, Pam Harling, Dermot Barnes, Quentin Given, Chris Browne, Christof King, Stanley Knill, MLA Nicky Gavron, Millie, Patrick Maher
1. Forthcoming consultations.
• Ultra Low Emission […]

40:20 Haringey Climate Forum community grants

We are pleased to launch this year’s grants programme. We have a total of £10,000, and we would welcome bids from around £500 up to £3,000 – if your project can only happen with more than that, let us know and we will look at what is possible. The deciding panel will allocate the available […]

September 2018

How will Haringey achieve zero carbon emissions?

Our next meeting, Thursday 25 October, 7-9pm, Haringey Civic Centre, with Councillor Kirsten Hearn (cabinet member for environment), Joe Baker (council carbon manager), and representatives of Arups who have been drawing up the route-map for carbon reduction. Open to all.

April 2018

Haringey local elections – environmental hustings

Our councils should play a vital role on the environment, including reducing carbon emissions, controlling new development, and how they invest pension funds.

But given the other pressures they face, they might not deliver on this agenda unless they see pressure from voters.

This hustings meeting is jointly organised by Friends of the Earth groups in […]

January 2018

4020 Haringey Climate Forum Weds 10 January 2018

4020 Haringey Climate Forum Weds 10 January 2018
Stuart McElroy, Dan Hackett, Robyn Thomas, Tim Root, Pam Harling, Joyce Rosser, Dermot Barnes, Joe Baker, Quentin Given
1. The Zero 50 report and council’s response.
Joe took the meeting through the chapters of the Zero 50 report and the council’s responses. In the majority of recommendations (49 out of 74) […]

November 2017

Climate Forum meeting on Zero 50

Our next meeting is Wednesday 10 January, 7pm to 9pm latest in the Civic Centre. Councillor Natan Doron will introduce a discussion on the Zero 50 report and Council’s response to it. At the full council meeting on 4 December we are expecting the Council’s response – they will probably endorse most of the report’s […]

Minutes of HCF 4020 meeting 6 November 2017

Present: Ify and Mohammed (Global Group), Joyce Rosser (Sus Haringey), Chris Barker (Sus Haringey, CBT), Pamela Harling (Sus Haringey & MHSG), Quentin Given (FoE), Joe Baker (LBH), Alan Morton (MHSG), Duncan Kramer (START).
Apologies: Norman Beddington, Bob Hare, Jill Boswell, Jenny Bourne-Taylor, Robyn Thomas

1. Global Group LED project.
Mohammed described the group, set up a couple of years […]

September 2017

Forum meeting 13 September 2017 – minutes and actions

Haringey Climate Forum 4020

Present: Becky Hatch, Sue Penny, Robin Thomas, Pam Harling, Joe Baker, Quentin Given, Robert Thairu, Jenny Bourne-Taylor, Tim Root, Dan and Helen Hackett,
Apologies – Joyce Rosser, Chris Barker, Norman Beddington, Bob Lindsay-Smith,
1. Haringey borough plan for next 5 years.
a) Becky Hatch outlined the process for developing the plan. Because Haringey’s resources are […]