UK Energy: Which Way Forward? Diary dates

You’re invited to two upcoming meetings (one in Surrey, one nearby).

Divest Surrey, Dorking, 23 October 

Surrey Pension Fund has £110 million invested in the fossil fuels industry. Local campaigners are trying to persuade the Fund to drop these investments – and they’ve made some progress: the Fund is now actively considering its environmental responsibilities.

But this is not enough. What can we do to persuade them to move Surrey pensioners’ money out of yesterday’s fuels and help finance a cleaner future?

Come to an informal meeting to discuss ideas. Lincoln Arms pub, Station Approach, Dorking RH4 1TF (near Dorking and Deepdene stations), 7.30pm, Monday 23 October.


UK Energy: Which Way Forward? Horsham, 1 November

Keith Taylor, Green MEP for South East England, and Mid Sussex, Crawley and Horsham Green Party are co-hosting a public meeting on the future of the UK’s energy policy in view of huge challenges such as Brexit and fracking and oil drilling.

The event will take place at Quaker Meeting House, Friends Cottage, Worthing Road, Horsham, RH12 1SL at 6:30pm on Wednesday 1 November 2017.

This free, non-partisan event will include speeches from Keith Taylor MEP and expert panellists ,followed by a short Q&A session and a screening of the highly acclaimed film ‘The Bentley Effect’ – an extraordinary tale of a community that defied fracking on their doorstep.

Speakers will explore the potential impact of Brexit on the global switch to green energy, including changes to legislation resulting from Brexit, its impact on nuclear safety standards and collaboration with Europe, trade tariffs, investor confidence, energy security and a global perspective on fracking/oil drilling and the anti-fracking movement as well as renewable and community energy solutions.

The event is free and open to all. Places are limited so please register on Eventbrite:

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