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February 2021
Job opportunity, reports, events and more........ 
JOB OPPORTUNITY:

Contract: Community Engagement Lead 

Sustaining Dunbar is looking for the right person to take a lead on working with our partners in the 'What If? Network' as we coordinate the development of a new community-led recovery and resilience plan for the area. Find out more HERE
Deadline: 9am, Tuesday 2nd March.
This is a self employed role, three days per week, until the end of June 2021. Extension may be possible subject to funding. The post will be home-based. Could this be you?

BLOGS:

We launched the Local Good Food Alliance in early September 2020. Read about the journey so far


We were thrilled to see so many people joining our event with Dunbar Harbour Trust on 28 January 2021. If you missed it, you can read the report and watch the presentations HERE
Ola's Diary#3 Building a Map of Stories 
‘The art of storytelling is one of our last remaining democratic spaces’........
Reflections on using the Transition Network's What If Visioning exercise. Many of our existing ways of thinking and doing are part of the problem.....
EVENTS:

TRANSITION NETWORK'S
What Next Summit 3rd-20th March

MORE INFORMATION and SIGN UP HERE NOW
Lots of Free events -to dip in and out of
!

We'll be starting another series of Carbon Conversations very shortly. If your are interested to join a taster session, please register your interest HERE 
These conversations provide an opportunity to get together in a small group, in a safe space, to reflect on our complex reactions to climate breakdown and to start taking practical steps that can make a difference. 
CLIMATE REFLECTIONS
The Environmental Justice Foundation, Glasgow Science Centre and Scottish Communities Climate Action Network (SCCAN) bring you Climate Reflections, a multimedia virtual exhibition of climate stories of loss, community and the profound necessity of system change.
How do we respond to the interconnected crises of land use, climate and food security? How do we find answers to the questions of biodiversity loss and the future of the rural economy – all in the context of recovery from the pandemic? These problems are unprecedented and grave and require a different scale of innovation and collaboration. SEDA (the Scottish Ecological Design Association) is organising one of the biggest virtual events focused on land use in Scotland this Spring 2021.
WE'VE BEEN WATCHING/LISTENING TO: 
Sobering but necessary viewing:  TEDtalk by climate impact scholar Johan Rockström.
Hear his plan for putting the planet back on the path of sustainability over the next 10 years -- and protecting the future of our children.

The Highland Good Food Podcast is part of the Highland Good Food Conversation happening just now -bringing people together to explore big topics around creating a local sustainable food system.
Also read more about the
Highland Good Food Conference that has just finished.
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