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What is the RCCP? – Interview with Chris Beales (RCCP Chair)

Originally posted as: https://readingcan.org.uk/what-is-the-rccp-interview-with-chris-beales-rccp-chair

In this second interview with Ayo Sokale, I talk about the Reading Climate Change Partnership (RCCP): who we are, and how we are trying to Get Reading Ready for the challenges of climate change.

This website, and the Reading Climate Change Strategy that it hosts, are going to help us to deliver our vision. However, it is critically important that we develop a strong network of people and organisations to really link through to everyone in the town. This is the Reading Climate Action Network (ReadingCAN), which I hope you’ll all join us in being a part of.

Ayo summed it up really nicely: “Reading CAN but it needs you to get engaged with it!”


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