Active Energy: Olympic Park

communities countering climate change

2-4pm Friday 20th September 2019



Loraine Leeson and The Geezers invite you to celebrate their latest venture in the Active Energy arts project. A floating water wheel has been installed close to the London Aquatics Centre in the Waterworks River to drive an aerator that will help counteract the effects of pollution on the river’s fish and wildlife. Meanwhile pupils from Bow School have constructed their own working models of turbines using designs suitable for the generation of renewable energy.


On the first day of a week of global action when millions of school children, adults, workers and trades unionists will be striking for climate justice, join us for an event to hear about the project, meet participants and think about what each of us can do to counter the effects of climate change.

The Last Drop, 5 Thornton Street, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2AD
Close to the ArcelorMittal Orbit
queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk
Nearest tube: Stratford
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