Campaign against Climate Change AGM
At our Annual General Meeting, we'll be looking back on a year of climate action including organising the first national activist conference on climate refugees in conjunction with Friends of the Earth, and a series of actions and protests in response to Trump and May's disastrous climate policies. Looking forward, we'll be discussing global climate action following US withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, and how the UK fits into this.
Venue: Committee Room 4, Camden Town Hall, Judd Street WC1H 9JE.
We will start promptly at 1pm and aim to finish formal business by 3.45. The meeting will be preceded by the AGM of our trade union group (CACCTU) 10.30-12pm (same venue). If you would like to attend the latter, please contact email@example.com to make sure you have all appropriate information.
As this is our AGM we will be electing members of the steering group of the campaign. The steering group meets around 5 times a year and is responsible for the strategic direction and financial management of the Campaign against Climate Change. Members also contribute actively to the campaign according to their own skills and interests. There are five formal roles within the group - chair, vice chair, secretary, treasurer, and international secretary - and a maximum of 12 other members will be elected.
If you would like to become a member of the steering group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the names of your proposer and seconder, and a couple of sentences explaining why you are standing, by midnight on 28 August.
Likewise, if you have a motion that you would like to be formally debated at the AGM, please submit it to email@example.com with the names of your proposer and seconder by midnight on 28 August. Motions should be brief (300 words max).
Membership of the campaign:
To be as inclusive as possible, we only ask for a small minimum donation - £5 waged or £1 unwaged gives membership for a year and the right to vote at our AGM (and you can sign up on the day). However, if you can give a regular donation, this is of course much appreciated (and needed to allow our work to continue).