Camden Think & Do
Create a community ecosystem that is resilient and responsive to climate and social injustice. Find and implement creative solutions to challenges identified at a community level and respond to them collectively.
Think & Do will connect and activate the community through pop ups, events, exhibitions, webinars and projects designed, led and run by committed individuals. This will take place in partnership with Camden Council, residents, schools, businesses, and the whole community.
News and Events
Midsummer Nature Connections Event
18th June 2022 – 10.30am until 13.30pm.
Free – but please register via Eventbrite.
Meet 10.25am at the back of Bandstand next to Parliament Hill Fields Café.
Find new ways to connect with local nature – through eco-poetry, stories and a sensory nature journaling taster activity – as we celebrate Nature’s balance and connections in this midsummer season.
Discover ways to get involved in local Nature Care action with friendly local groups.
Camden’s Future Changemakers
Camden Council and Think and Do welcomed 77 students from 7 Camden secondary schools to Sustainers Fest on 24 May at Samsung KX. Read more in the Camden Climate Change newsletter.
‘Barrier Buster’ Session: Procurement & Circular Economy
Date: Tues 28 June, 4pm.
Come and join us for the penultimate barrier buster session before we break for the summer! We’ll be unpicking the topic of procurement and circular economy – how schools can influence their supply chain and indirect emissions e.g. stationary, paper, energy, uniforms. If you have any specific areas of procurement you would like to discuss please let us know ahead of the session in June. To join the Zoom Meeting:
Think and Do will be leading the session in conjunction with Camden Council.
The Sharing Space is going to the Goldington Estate while the local elections take place at the Ossulston TRA Hall on May 5th. We have lots of fun events on please come down to check them out.
Location: Doreen Bazell TRA, 1 Goldington Street, NW1 1UG.
It will be returning to Ossulston from 12th May.
Sharing Space Ideas for Community Events
Are you planning on hosting a community event, or a street party this spring/summer? Want to know how to bring climate into the conversation? Set up a ‘Sharing Space’. Together with your family, friends, neighbours, work colleagues, have fun sharing surplus food, ideas, stories, skills and stuff. Here’s some ideas to get you going. Click on the images to see a full-sized poster.
The Camden Forest Newsletter for April 2022 is now available:
The planting season of 2021/22 has been fantastic for Camden Forest and we are delighted to be able to tell you that we have already achieved our original target of planting 2025 trees by the year 2025. Read more…