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Derwent Valley Climate Change Insight

Socialt samvær

Derwent Valley Climate Change Insight

Denne oplevelse er ekstremt sjældent tilgængelig.
Varighed
4 timer
Gruppestørrelse
Op til 10 personer
Inkluderer
Equipment, Food
Sprog
Engelsk
Socialt samvær

Derwent Valley Climate Change Insight

Socialt samvær

Derwent Valley Climate Change Insight

Denne oplevelse er ekstremt sjældent tilgængelig.
Varighed
4 timer
Gruppestørrelse
Op til 10 personer
Inkluderer
Equipment, Food
Sprog
Engelsk

Det skal I lave

This is a guided exploration of climate change and environmental destruction from the unique perspective of ‘Ground Zero’ of the Industrial Revolution which, 250 years ago, triggered the problems we now face. You will learn why climate change is occurring, explore some likely scenarios, and devise an adaptation strategy for yourself, your family and your community. With the guidance of an expert in practical conservation and social change, you will gain vital information, insights and inspiration to enable you to understand the implications for your own and your children’s future. You will also hear about climate adaptation activities being undertaken by the Hope Valley communities. The guided facilitation starts or ends at the community-owned Anglers Rest pub in Bamford village. It includes an explanatory presentation, a guided walk along a beautiful stretch of the Derwent Valley, and an open discussion and Q&A session. Participants receive a print copy of Steve Shelley’s book ‘The End of the World As We Know It’.

Det er inkluderet

Food
Food and drink is available at your own expense from The Anglers Rest.
Equipment
A copy of Steve’s book is provided for every participant.

Din vært

Steve

Steve

Long time environmental practitioner, founder of the Bottle Bank recycling scheme, national parks strategist, author of The End of the World as We Know It, published in July 2019, MA in Leading Innovation and Change. Accomplished presenter, international speaker and workshop facilitator. Lived and travelled extensively in Africa as well as Europe. Now resident in England’s Peak District National park on the banks of the Derwent River.

Her skal du være

The experience starts at The Angler Rest community owned pub in Bamford village in the Hope Valley. The presentation and discussions take place at the guide’s residence on the banks of the River Derwent from where the guided walk sets out and returns. The walk is about two miles on mostly flat terrain. You will see the kind of water powered mill characteristic of the region, and managed landscapes including woodlands, moorlands and sheep farms.

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Gæstekrav

Op til 10 gæster på 8 og opefter kan deltage.

Flere tips

The experience is suitable for individuals, couples, families and small groups. Children should be over 8. The included walk is not arduous but is not wheelchair accessible. It can be skipped if necessary. In rainy weather, the experience will be hosted indoors and the walk wold be optional.
Steve
Socialt samvær
Derwent Valley Climate Change Insight
Ny oplevelse
Fra $26/person
Ny oplevelse
Fra $26/person