Wed 4 Dec, 2019

This election needs to be about the climate emergency. The next 5 years are crucial. Ariane Burgess

As a designer and facilitator, I work in the Highlands helping people to design more sustainable and regenerative ways of living both for themselves and their community. I have first-hand experience of the potential of locally owned renewable energy, local and slow investment, car share schemes, and systems that maximise access to locally produced food, among other sustainability-related initiatives.

Food resilience is a particular passion for me, and I have implemented a community-based demonstration food forest and outdoor learning space for people to experience locally grown perennial edible foods.

I want to bring my experience in sustainable design thinking to Westminster, so

we can take immediate action to respond to the Climate Emergency.

Ariane Burgess will be standing in Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch & Strathspey. Find out more about Ariane

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