Exploring island travel


Join us on 4 Oct at the Riverside Centre for our autumn TFMZ community meet.

Our autumn Together for Mission Zero community meet will discuss the journey to reduce the carbon impact of travel on the island and in particular on the potential of active travel initiatives to transform how we live. We will hear from islanders, such as Will Ainslie and Martin Gibson from People Powered CIC and other organisations, who have extensive experience in the sustainable transport and active travel sectors.

At this meet, we will also provide an update on the ongoing work of the Mission Zero Hubs, which are volunteer run action groups focusing on a range of sectors, from energy to land use.
In keeping with the Together for Mission Zero remit as a decentralised and action-oriented network of support, we encourage the community to come to the meet with ideas for other groups or initiatives which could emerge from this space, focussing on areas that you are passionate about. As Greta Thunberg would say, no more ‘blah, blah, blah’.
We look forward to seeing you all there!

A reminder of what TFMZ is about in this video produced at our last event

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