From Brent Council (The curtain raiser event, Brent Climate Question Time, attracted around 50 people but unfortunately was not recorded).
Brent’s Climate Festival (1-12 November) is an exciting two-week long programme of activities and events which aims to raise awareness and inspire action on climate change.
The festival is a local reflection of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, which is taking place over the same time period.
Brent Council is committed to tackling the climate emergency, and we are working together with residents to make Brent a carbon neutral borough by 2030.
Climate change affects every single one of us, and we need to take action as a community. Many of the changes we must make will not only protect our planet, they can also save you money, improve air quality and help you feel healthier.
We are bringing communities together to learn about climate change, provide helpful tips on reducing our carbon emissions and showcase the good work already happening.
We can all start making a difference by taking a pledge for climate change. Make your voice heard via the ‘Count us in’ pledge pages. LINK
Programme of events
We have a variety of in-person and online activities which everyone can take part in.
As well as council-led events, we are working alongside local groups, businesses, libraries and other partners.
If you have any questions about the Brent Climate Festival or the Climate Emergency in Brent, you can contact us: