Places are still available for residents in Sheffield to attend the second hearing of the city’s Green Commission.
The board was set up to allow leaders from across the public and private sector to make sure that environmental issues are given a high priority over the next 15 to 20 years.
It will have its second public hearing on Thursday at 6pm in Burngreave Vestry Hall.
Evidence will be presented by three expert witnesses on communication, engagement and behaviour change at the hearing, co-hosted by Sheffield Climate Alliance .
It will be followed by a one -hour public workshop led by the alliance.
The commission is to collect evidence and create a number of recommendations for a report Sheffield Council leaders will then consider.
Up to 25 places are available for the meeting.
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