Other Sessions Coming Up:
How to get your event into the local Media
This session will focus on how to get local and regional media involved in your event. Run by local groups and experts, you’ll learn how to come up with media-worthy stories and how to engage with media.
How to get people who are not like you to get involved
This session will run through some recent research on what people from different backgrounds think about climate change (spoiler – we approach the issue in very different ways, but mostly agree that we need to tackle climate change), including some dos and don’ts for making your event appeal to the broadest possible audience. This session also includes how to reach people outside your usual contacts.
More sessions will be added to this page when they are confirmed.
2. Email support
Support with organising a local green week or festival:
If you have any questions about how to coordinate a green week in your area, you can e-mail the organisers of the fabulous SustFest in St Albans and surrounding areas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support with event organisation or engaging politicians:
The Great Big Green Week is calling on politicians to raise their ambition and champion action on climate change. So, why not invite your local MP to attend your event? Our partners at Hope for the Future are on hand if you would like advice or support on engaging your MP as part of your event. They have experience of organising a variety of local constituency events with MPs and councillors, and they’re on hand to support you to organise your own!
3. Monthly Q&A
If you’d like individual support on political engagement, how to campaign, and engaging with your local politicians, you can sign up a monthly Q&A session from June onwards.