It's taking place on Wednesday 14 June (18:00 - 20:00) and is available to attend online via Zoom.
There will be a panel debate on how to communicate with decision makers and then a choice of breakout sessions on issues including loss and damage, nature loss, oil and gas and agriculture.
Additionally, the workshop is a great opportunity to interact with other climate and nature campaigners, as well as to hear more about campaigning opportunities during the upcoming months. This workshop is a chance to unite and show decision makers including MPs, MSPs and local councillors, that the people of Scotland care deeply about the environment and that they expect action from those representing them.
This session is a Climate Fringe Festival event, organised by the SCCS coalition, and supported by Christian Aid Scotland. Sign up to attend online and if you have questions or would like more information, you can contact Lucy, Christian Aid Scotland's Campaigns and Advocacy Coordinator, at Edinburgh@christian-aid.org.