Coventry Climate Action Network (CovCAN), which is managed by UNA Coventry, has just started a new podcast series in which issues related to climate change in Coventry and the surrounding area will be addressed, as well as wider issues.
They have started by interviewing Tony McNally who has been working to fight against climate change for many years and received little support from Coventry City Council.
They are also publishing the speeches made at the recent Coventry & Warwickshire Climate Change Conference at which the seven local authorities in the Coventry and Warwickshire area met to agree how to work together and share information to address the challenges of climate change.
Attendance was by invitation only. Many local climate activists and groups felt excluded, believing that global warming will only be stopped by engaging as many people as possible. It is because of this exclusion that CovCAN thinks it is important to let people know what was discussed.
See all the podcasts at covcan.uk/covcan-podcasts
Note that on 29 March, Warwickshire County Council shared the main outcomes from the Coventry & Warwickshire Climate Change Conference and reflected on the possible next steps for Warwickshire. This event was open to all, and contributions and questions were welcomed.