Stuart Phelps from Baggator Nexus and Aumiarah Hassan from women’s street art group Peace of Art will be taking part in Thangam’s panel discussion on climate change.
The event is free and has been confirmed to go ahead on Tuesday 27th July at 6pm – 7.15pm.
If you would like to attend please register through Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/public-meeting-on-climate-change-with-thangam-debbonaire-mp-tickets-162818922781?aff=ebdsoporgprofile
It will be streamed live on Facebook through Zoom.
The event will also be broadcasted on BCfm after the discussion.
Thangam hopes to focus on the following questions during the event on how to break down the barriers in place stopping people from engaging with the climate, and what you want to see from your elected representatives, from your city, and the world around you on the climate.
The following people will also be taking part with more to be confirmed
Primrose Granville, Malcolm X Centre
Emma Blake Morsi, Rising Arts Agency
Lia-Anjali Lazarus, Bristol Member of Youth Parliament
Alice Venn, Cabot Institute for the Environment, University of Bristol
Stuart Phelps, Chair, Baggator
Aumairah Hussain, Peace of Art collective
Ian Barrett, Avon and Bristol Wildlife Trust
Laura Welti, Bristol Equality Forum