Green European Foundation, with the support of Green Foundation Ireland and Cultivate, invite you to participate in an online conversation:
A QUESTION OF SCALE:
“Imagining a co-operative, community-led
approach to regional resilience”
(SCALE being the acronym for Supply Chains and Local Economies)
TUESDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 13:30 to 16:30
(log-on details will be issued nearer the time to those who register)
While admission is FREE to this event, you MUST register beforehand as places are strictly limited.
Please secure your place by booking here.
As always at our events, an important part will be the Q&A session which will allow full participation by those attending.
Stanka Becheva, FOE Europe; Dirk Holemans, GEF; Sinéad Mercier, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission; Seán McCabe, TASC;
Dr. Oliver Moore, UCC / ARC2020; Liam McGinley, Glencolmcille.
The event, which will be introduced by Tommy Simpson of Green Foundation Ireland and Jonathan Essex of Green House Think Tank in the UK, will be facilitated by Davie Philip of Cultivate / ECOLISE.eu.
13:30 – Welcome and introduction
13:45 – Context of SCALE – Supply Chains and Local Economies
13:55 – Sharing and listening exercise
14:15 to 14:35 – Reflections
- Supply Chains
- Circular and Local Economies
- Co-Operative Approaches
14:45 – Plenary
16:00 – Keynote reflection
16:30 – End of event
‘A Question of Scale’ is a conversation in the context of global vulnerabilities and challenges – climate, pandemic, risks to supply chain, jobs, etc – that will…
- identify ‘Blockers & Enablers’ to a co-operative, community-led approach to regional resilience;
- secure local supply chains and strengthen regional economies;
- outline the benefits of regional economies (especially, but not limited to, the agri-food sector);
- encourage co-operative effort in local production for local need;
- identify the potential for livelihoods in our regions (with a focus on the midlands).
With thanks to the European Parliament
for financial provision to Green European Foundation.