Southampton Food Partnership about to form

Please respond to Thomas Munday if interested

Dear Green Network Members
As you know, acting on food is a vital part of tackling the UK’s biggest social, economic, and environmental challenges. From obesity, ill-health, and food poverty, to waste, climate change and biodiversity loss, our current food system is causing some of our biggest problems. But food is also part of the solution.
In Southampton, we want to form an inclusive, cross-sector food partnership, where public agencies, community organisations, businesses, and academics can collaborate to create lasting change by agreeing on priorities and action for the local area.
We know how valuable the work of groups such as yours is, especially to educate and champion the importance of green projects in the city. So, if you are linked to food growing, or any other aspect of food, we would love for you to get involved. Please contact to find out more about the partnership and details of our forthcoming meetings.
Thank you
Kindest regards,
Thomas Munday (he/him)
Public Health Registrar, Wessex
T: +44 (0) 23 8083 2436
06:58, 06 Jun 2024 by Liz Batten

Southampton Climate Commission is recruiting

Would you be interested in representing your organisation on the Commission? Apply by 31st March

Southampton Climate Commission

Do you live or work in Southampton and have an interest in Sustainability and Climate Change? Southampton Climate Commission are looking to expand their membership. Southampton Climate Commission | Building consensus on Southampton's transition to Net Zero.

They are interested in individuals that can represent their business or community group and the current minimum commitment is the quarterly main group meeting, held virtually. We will also be setting up working groups based on our 5 priority areas of retrofit, energy, ecology, transport and the circular economy.  If you think this is you, please email by 31st March 2024, with your

  • Name
  • Organisation you represent
  • What you can bring to the commission (in less than 100 words)

The Commission will review any submissions and confirm if your application has been successful.

13:07, 01 Feb 2024 by Liz Batten

Communities let's get started: online 12th or 13th June

Meet others who are interested in neighbourhood and place-based network organising with Doughnut Economics

Communities: Let's Get Started is a collection of tools & stories, launched on 18th May 2023, to apply the ideas of Doughnut Economics to your community, whether at the household, street or neighbourhood scale or connecting as networks for systemic change at the city, region or national scale.

The tool contains over 25 tools and 20 stories - with contributions from people, groups, networks and organisations from around the world - to help you get started with your community in your own unique context.

This meet-up is for anyone interested in the community action with Doughnut Economics, whether your interested to get started, or you're already on your journey of exploring the ideas and tools of Doughnut Economics and their implications in your place.

08:54, 01 Jun 2023 by Liz Batten


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