Baggator Nexus has joined Locality on behalf of Plan-EL the Neighbourhood Planning group, and the emerging Neighbourhood Forums, Marsh Maker [for St Philip’s Marsh], and Easton Energiser [for Easton]. We will be drawing on the resources of the Nexus to ensure that resources are focused on the worst problems first, recognising that some Voices are louder because of Privilege, and … Read More
Baggator Nexus and Climate Change
“The Climate Action Panel organised by Thangam Debbonaire MP was powerful and thought provoking, not least because it wasn’t all White Middle Class Males – see Alice Venn’s graph of who usually gets involved. Everyone involved deserves a mention, but we are especially proud to be working with Peace of Art who showed, yet again, that being heard is so … Read More
Public meeting on climate change with Thangam Debbonaire MP July 27th 21
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 … Read More
Baggator featured on Sported’s Thank You List
Sported is a UK-wide charity that supports community sport clubs and youth groups across the UK that deliver Sport for Development. For Thank You Day in 2021 Sported featured the work that Baggator has been doing…… “Stuart Phelps, the Chair of the group, explained that as the country went into lockdown “poverty, anxiety and needs shot up – many of … Read More
Saaf Hava’s Air Pollution developing STEM@Baggator project
Fascinating discussions about how Saaf Hava’s Air Pollution data can develop the STEM@Baggator project. Our Young Citizen Scientists will use data from their own streets to build a better world.
Air Quality Inequalities Webinar
RADE has been working with this diverse and stimulating group since Christmas. We’ve now tackling the #WorstFirst as the only way to fight Air Pollution Inequality without feeding Privilege. Thanks to everyone who’s taken part. Over 145 people attended from a wide range of backgrounds including government, NGOs, consultants, community groups, air quality advocates, and members of the public.
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