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Join Exeter’s Net Zero Journey Workspace

Join the City-wide Conversation!

 

We have set up Exeter’s Net Zero Journey, an open Slack workspace dedicated to exploring the contents of the Net Zero Exeter 2030 Plan, discussing key topics areas, and helping to pull everyone together around a shared vision of a better future. 

 

We know that business networks, communities and residents from across Exeter have been crying out for a convenient, easy to use platform where they can come together and participate in important city-wide conversations. We believe this platform has huge potential as it allows a dynamic, live and public conversation to take place for free..

 

You can join the city-wide conversation by clicking on the button below and creating a Slack account:

 

Join the Conversation

 

Please do get stuck in by posting your ideas on how to meet future challenges, spark conversations around key topics, share news, information and resources with other users, and discuss anything else that you think might help us on the journey to a Net Zero Exeter.

 

This is a collaborative journey and each of us can make a difference!

 

We want this to be a supportive environment, so we’ve created a Collaborative Agreement, below, that we hope you will be happy to adhere to when using this platform.

 

Collaborative Agreement

 

We are all part of a collaborative workspace to discuss, inspire and support action that feeds into the city’s carbon ambitions.

We are all from different backgrounds, organisations, communities, sectors and disciplines and mindful of this in our communication and interaction.

We are all partaking in polite, considered and constructive conversations, networking and project making.

 

 

Other Resources

 

If you’re new to Slack, here are some resources, tips and tricks to help you get started:

 

How to use Slack

 

Please also take a look at this etiquette guide from Slack that will help you and other Slack users to collaborate in a professional, considered and constructive manner:

 

Slack Etiquette