Eastbourne Eco Action Network

cross-community collaborative effort to achieve a carbon-neutral Eastbourne by 2030

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Events

Past event

Public launch of Eastbourne Carbon Neutral 2030 campaign

Jan 18Jan 18, 2020
10:00 AM UTC
free drop-in event for public, hosted by Eastbourne Borough Council

Top financial contributors

Organizations

1

The Chalk Cliff T...

£5k GBP since Nov 2019

2

Eastbourne Boroug...

£2k GBP since Nov 2019

Individuals

1

Bill Clarke

£50 GBP since Mar 2020

What's new with Eastbourne Eco Action Network

Stay up to dates with our latest activities and progress.

COVID-19 update

As the coronoavirus pandemic is sweeping across the UK, the Eastbourne Eco Action Network is having to shut down all its face-to-face group meetings in order to comply with social distancing instructions laid down by the UK government . ...
Published on March 30, 2020 by Andrew Durling

Eastbourne Eco Action Network holds its first Steering Group meeting

On Tuesday 7th January 2020 the Eastbourne Eco Action Network held its first ever Steering Group meeting. Representatives from all the Working Groups previously set up by the network gathered together at Eastbourne Town Hall to update ea...
Published on January 10, 2020 by Andrew Durling

Launch of our Working Groups

On November 19th 2019 our first 8 Working Groups were launched at a community event held at Eastbourne Town Hall, bringing together about 50 people from all sectors of the local community to start a process of deep collaboration on desig...
Published on November 24, 2019 by Andrew Durling

Budget

See how money openly circulates through Eastbourne Eco Action Network. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Monthly financial contribution to Eastbourne Eco Action N...

from Bill Clarke7/3/2020

+£10.00GBP
Completed

Monthly financial contribution to Eastbourne Eco Action N...

from Bill Clarke6/3/2020

+£10.00GBP
Completed

Monthly financial contribution to Eastbourne Eco Action N...

from Bill Clarke5/3/2020

+£10.00GBP
Completed

Today’s balance

£45.80 GBP

Estimated annual budget

~ £6,219.08 GBP

Eastbourne Eco Action Network is all of us

Our contributors 5

Everyone who has supported Eastbourne Eco Action Network. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Andrew Durling
Admin

Finance Director for EEAN CIC. Finding fun & meaning in full-on climate action collaboration with fine folk in fab seaside resort.

Miles Berkley
Admin

Director of Eco Action Network CIC

The Chalk Cli...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

£4,500 GBP

Eastbourne Bo...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

£1,600 GBP

Bill Clarke
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

£50 GBP

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About

Our network brings together community groups, businesses, and councillors from across the Eastbourne area to engage in deep cross-community collaboration on climate action to support the climate change strategy initiated by Eastbourne Borough Council, with the overall goal of helping to deliver a carbon neutral town by 2030 as per the Climate Emergency declaration passed unanimously by full council on July 10th 2019.

We have set up 8 Working Groups that self-organise to design & implement practical projects that will reduce carbon emissions within the Eastbourne area as quickly as possible as well as helping to make the town a more sustainable, resilient, safe, and healthier community at the same time.

Eastbourne is a coastal community in the front line of climate change, confronting the rising seas and stronger storm surges of a rapidly warming world. We strive to develop a more sustainable and resilient town that can rise up to the challenges of climate change whilst improving the quality of life for all who live, work in, or visit the town.