Run an Event
On the week of 4-10 March 2013 over 3,500 events were run by organisations from every sector of society for Climate Week 2013.
Events shone a spotlight on the many practical, positive steps being taken throughout the UK to create a secure and sustainable future.
There were a huge range of events and activities planned, including conferences, competitions, exhibitions, launches, bike rides, film screenings, open days and debates.
Click here to visit our events map and explore the thousands of ways people took part.
If you would like to be involved in Climate Week 2014, please get in touch by calling 020 3397 2601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A taster of events from Climate Week 2013:
Climate Week Challenge at Manchester United FC:
Hosted by Gary Neville, 24 children from 4 schools across Manchester took part in the Climate Week Challenge at Old Trafford.
New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Suffolk Business Partnership:
The conference involved businesses from across Norfolk and Suffolk and bordering regions. Attendees were invited to exhibit and activities such as ‘carbon dating’ were run in order to encourage businesses present at the conference to form links and knowledge-share.
Glasgow NHS Energy Awareness Roadshows:
Roadshows for staff and public were run on 5 hospital sites across Greater Glasgow, promoting energy conservation, providing information on home energy use and reduction techniques. A travel simulator was also on site to help staff consider more sustainable transport options.
National Council of Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) Roundtable:
The roundtable policy event brought together a mix of public and voluntary sector players to hear about the NCVO’s long-term project, focusing on vulnerable people and climate change. The event looked at ways to maximise the contribution voluntary organisations can make to creating effective solutions to climate change.
Manchester Carbon Literacy Project – the Manchester Arndale Centre:
A 3-day festival that took place in the spaces of Manchester Arndale, explaining, demonstrating and inspiring through Manchester Carbon Literacy, with opportunities for everyone passing by to find out more, participate, be inspired and have some low-carbon fun.