Thanks to everyone who came to the AGM!
The campaign is off to a good start with a meeting full of discussion and debates, and with 5 new members coming onto the steering group. The minutes of the meeting are now available here and the results of the resolutions here. You can also find video reports from the Guest Speakers using the links below:
Tisha Brown, Frack Off London
Emily Coats, No Tar Sands Network
Ken Montague, Campaign against Climate Change Trade Union Group
Duncan Law, Biofuel Watch
Sarah Clayton, Airport Watch
Ruth London, Fuel Poverty Action Group (part of Climate Justice Collective)
Jonathan Neale, Campaign against Climate Change (former International Coordinator)
We will be launching/pursuing campaigns and organising events very soon so keep up to date by joining our mailing list, or following us on Facebook and Twitter.
Come and help us plan for the year's campaigning!
Saturday 2nd March
Venue: SOAS, room V111, Vernon square campus (closest tube: King's Cross).
Full address: School of Oriental and African Studies, Vernon Square, Penton Rise, London WC1X 9EW (map here).
We welcome discussion, thoughts, tactics, that you want to share. To help us have a focused day it would be great if we can begin talking now about what you would like to see us do this year. The Campaign has got a few things up its sleeve but it's important that we take the time to hear what you think. So let's start the conversation!
Either join the discussion via the comment section below, tweet us @campaigncc #ccc2013 or on our facebook page.
If you are looking for a starting point, have a look at the minutes from the London meeting on 29th Jan - its focus was on assessing the successes and failures of last year's events to act as a springboard for discussion of what tactics and campaigns we should implement this year. You can also click here to find out about last year's events.
1-1.45pm: Report from the Chair
- Feedback on 2012 events
- Internal changes
- Proposed strategy
1.45-1.50pm: Approval of accounts
1.50-2.30pm: Guest speakers - reports from various campaigns
- Tisha Brown, Frack Off London
- Emily Coats, UK Tar Sands Network
- Ken Montague, CCC Trade Union Group
- Deepak Rughani, BiofuelWatch
- Sarah Clayton, Airport Watch
- Fuel Poverty Action
2.50-4pm: Open Space (an opportunity for member to propose their ideas for the coming year in smaller groups)
4-5pm: Resolutions & Nominations (details below)
5pm: End of the AGM, social drinks
Resolutions and nominations for the steering group:
The deadline for submissions was 5pm, Friday 22nd February. Please find all the proposed resolutions here.