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Green Tease June Meetup

Green Tease Online Meetups

Green Tease online meetup: Image of a flock of sea birds hanging out

Book a spot at this meetup here

The Green Tease events series and network is moving online during the coronavirus outbreak. This is the third in an ongoing series of informal meetups that will allow us to stay connected and keep talking about the issues that matter to us all. Each session has a theme for discussion but it’ll also be a chance to bring up whatever is closest to your heart.

The theme for this session is ‘What might the response to coronavirus teach us about how to respond to climate change?’ so come prepared to share your thoughts on this subject and think about whether there are any other questions or issues you want to bring up.

Book your space through eventbrite and you will receive a link to join a GoToMeetings call on the day of the meetup. You do not need to download an app or programme to join the call; you just need a computer or other device with internet connection, speakers, and a microphone.

Feel free to get in touch at if you have anything you want to suggest.


June 16
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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