LOOK! Places available at either of two sessions on Monday 5th February in Leeds about the Low Carbon Industrial Strategy for our Region.
It’s free to attend – just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know
12.30-1.30pm and 5.30-6.30pm PCS meeting room at PCS 3rd Floor, Town Centre House, Merrion Centre, Woodhouse Lane LS2 8LY
The regional TUC and a number of activists have been working on this important project to tackle Yorkshire and Humber’s high carbon gas emissions from a belt of heavy industry – steel, glass, cement, chemicals etc. There are many good unionised jobs dependent on these important industries. To secure these jobs for the future we have to find ways to reduce their carbon output. But how?
Please see briefing attached Yorkshire and Humber low carbon industry brief (1) and message from Jenny Patient below:
Briefings on Low Carbon Industrial Region Mon 5 Feb in Leeds
On Mon 5 Feb the Y&H TUC are holding 2 briefings about their work for a low carbon industrial region. We have booked the PCS meeting room at Town Centre House LS2 8LY for sessions at 12.30-1.30pm and 5.30-6.30pm (alternatives).
To let us know if you can come, or to be added to our mailing list, please complete this simple form https://goo.gl/forms/KtzSuRXbQ3wbKKz43
A one-page briefing is attached about the work of the Low Carbon Task Force for background information. Please do pass this invitation on to others who may be interested – especially trade unionists from the region.
We will provide a hot drink and biscuits/fruit, but if you need to bring your sandwiches you are very welcome!
There is parking available at the Merrion car park, 5 Merrion Way, LS2 8BT and it is a 10 minute walk from the railway station – when registered you’ll receive a map with directions from the station to the venue.
We look forward to hearing from you and hope to see you on Monday, do reply to this email if anything is not clear. (As you may be aware, I am working with the Regional low carbon task force as part of my PhD at University of Sheffield.)
on behalf of Bill Adams and the Regional task force