CEC groups approach local councils who have declared a climate emergency (over 300 in the UK ) https://www.climateemergency.uk
or private property developers to begin negotiations over a meanwhile lease to set up a thriving eco-community hub in their town or city.
Helping to create community cohesion and resilience as well as re-energising the High Street and the local economy.
There are a number of physical premises now, represented by green pins on the map, including Islington, Lincoln, Staines, Lewes, Swindon, Guildford, Tiverton, York, Northampton, Norfolk, Cheltenham, Colchester,Taunton, Dorking, Wandsworth, Abingdon, Plymouth, Godalming and Seaford.
We have also been joined by already opened hubs, connecting with the broader network to share resources and cooperate on projects.
If you are interested in getting involved to help volunteer or have a useful council or property connection then contact a group near you and firstname.lastname@example.org Let’s focus our energies on a sustainable future.