Change makers wanted!
Published: Friday, 5 November, 2021
Volunteers who are helping their communities to tackle climate change are being sought by Stroud District Council.
The council is looking for people to join its 2030 Community Engagement Board and help it build on the work the community is already doing to maximise the positive outcomes for the environment and social development in our district.
The council is looking for people who can reach large networks and communities and can offer skill sets including inclusion; diversity; finance; business - small or large; education and engagement.
Council Leader Doina Cornell says you don’t have to be an expert in sustainability to apply:
“We are looking for a wide range of people to join the 2030 Community Engagement Board.
“Crucially, you need to be able to articulate the needs of your community and be keen to make the solutions future proof and ecologically sound in the face of a changing climate.”
The council wants to ensure that a range of stakeholders are represented and that the board’s outreach to networks and communities of this district is significant. If you feel you can give a voice to your community, either geographic or demographic, please apply through the council website. Further information can also be found on these pages.