The Environmental Network Pembrokeshire

Facing the Storm Together

A Pembrokeshire Approach to Community Resilience

a digital story

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In June 2013 TENP was invited to work on an Environmental Headline Action from Pembrokeshire's Single Integrated Plan 2013-2018.  The headline action was to 'create resilient communities able to cope with climate change'.

The story of this process and the lessons learnt from it have been captured on video. The video features interviews with representatives of TENP, Pembrokeshire County Council, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, TYF, Natural Resources Wales and PAVS.

Funded by the Welsh Government and the European Social Fund under the Making the Connections project managed by Wales Council for Voluntary Action and locally delivered by Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services.

The Environmental Network for Pembrokeshire (TENP) is a grouping of voluntary sector member environmental organisations with the aim of participating in and contributing to, the formulation and implementation of policy impacting on the environment. This is achieved by the network engaging with the statutory and business sectors on behalf of its members.

TENP contribution to policy and practice is achieved by teh network's Committee members and individual members organisations engaging with tehstatutory and business sectors to promite Sustainable Development principles and by practicing and advocating best practice in environmentally sensitive and sustainable living.

We aim to make Pembrokeshire a leading example of a sustainably managed County.

Events are held two or three times a year, information can be found on www.tenp.org.uk

More information on TENP, events, newsletters, a list of member organisations can be found on www.tenp.org.uk