Join your local Sustainability Network. Check our Events page or search directly on Eventbrite for the latest dates.
Whether you’re a sustainability professional, small business owner, local council/government worker, student, consultant, looking to switch careers, or anything else besides, come down and meet others interested in sustainability. No agenda, workshops or webinars. Just chat over a drink.
This relaxed event brings together those with a shared passion for sustainability in all its forms.
We meet bi-monthly to chat about what’s going on in the Net Zero / Sustainability space, “network” and meet others who are interested in the industry.
Let’s see where the conversation, and night, takes us!
Chat with other industry experts and talk directly to business owners facing the challenges you’re trying to solve. Find others who can collaborate and help you on your journey and have fun doing so!
Raechel Kelly worked in sustainable finance for 12 years, on ESG analysis and fossil fuel divestment. In 2020 she set up The Liminality, her small solo project working on climate communications and facilitation. In the same year she approached local charity Vision 21 to set up Planet Cheltenham, the town’s first community climate solutions hub with the aim of empowering residents around joyful climate action. She now runs several projects including a Youth Climate Group, Little Planet Cheltenham baby group, and took part in the pilot Doughnut Economics Learning Journey as a host to some amazing local renegade economists. She is a NED at Good With Money, an RSA fellow, and you will always find her in the kitchen at parties (asking where the recycling bin is).
Becki Sillence works for local climate charity Vision 21 as the communications manager for the CheltenhamZero project, a joint initiative between Vision21 and Cheltenham Borough Council supporting local organisations to move towards a Net Zero position. She has worked with a wide range of people and organisations in Cheltenham and has experience in the community, engagement and flood resilience sectors.
Andrew Lansley is the Innovation Manager for Cheltenham Festivals, Senior Academic at the University of Gloucestershire and facilitator for the Cheltenham Culture Board. He works cross-sector with regional and national stakeholders to help progress the town’s relationship with culture, technology, sustainability and accessibility. Andrew believes culture can play a key role in promoting sustainable economics around Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and the UK, and is involved in numerous related projects across the live events and cultural sectors.
KRYSTAL are an award-winning, 100% green web hosting provider, with datacentres in the UK, US, & Europe. They are climate positive, and their approach centres on value, quality and transparency.
We are delighted to announce our recent partnership with KRYSTAL, and welcome them on board as sponsors of the People, Planet, Pint events.
This means your first drink is on Krystal at every event, and has allowed us to invest and upscale the series to accelerate action on climate change.
Small99 is a platform that guides small business owners to Net Zero and avoids the overwhelm. Small99 organises the PPP events, with the belief that bringing people together will spark unexpected solutions to collaboration in tackling climate change.
Simon Blackler is the founder and CEO of KRYSTAL, and Co-Founder of MillionTreePledge.