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How should London’s charities respond to the climate and nature crises?

About this event

Join us over breakfast for a roundtable discussing the implications of Everyone’s Environment’s research into the social impacts of the environmental crises for London’s VCSE sector. 

We’ve conducted research into the impacts of the climate and nature crises on young people, people from ethnic minority communities, older people and Disabled people; and have consulted with hundreds of people from these groups from across the UK to explore how they want charities and policy makers to respond. 

This event will bring together charity leaders from across London working with different social groups, to understand the intersectional challenges facing the capital, meet peers working to address these challenges, and discuss the potential for collective responses going forwards.  

This in-person roundtable is for charity leaders who are based or work in London who want to know how Londoners want to be supported to take environmental action and create better policies. There will also be space to identify the support you need as a charity to accelerate action on the climate and nature crises, and work to shape the support that the Everyone’s Environment programme offers London charities in 2024.

We are delighted to be joined by Shirley Rodrigues, London’s Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, for a keynote presentation on environmental action in London and the importance of involving different social groups in policy conversations.

It’s #EveryonesEnvironment and the people you support are impacted by the climate and nature crises now.  


While this event is free to attend, thanks to funding from Children in Need and City Bridge Trust, we are also able to offer a limited number of reimbursements of £80, to cover time spent attending the event and travel costs into London. These are available to:

  •  young people (<25 years old) based in London, or representatives of charities supporting young people in London
  •  ethnic minority, Disabled, and older (75+) representatives of London based organisations, or other representatives of London based organisations led by ethnic minority communities, Disabled and/or older (75+) people

Reimbursements are available on a first come, first served basis, with a maximum of one reimbursed place per organisation. Email us to apply.


We are actively working to improve the accessibility of our online and in-person events. As part of our commitment, for all online events we use live closed captions and upload the recordings to YouTube which has the capability to select subtitles.

For in-person events we strive to use accessible venues. If you have any additional accessibility requirements that we can assist with, please email us at Events@thinkNPC.org.


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