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Leeds Love it Share it CIC Volunteer director opportunity in Leeds-based community interest company
WHO WE ARE
Loveitshareit is a registered Community Interest Company established in 2008. Since then it has operated as an open source forum for ideas, debate and action in Leeds. It aims to create new scenarios and visions for how Leeds could be in the future and to identify the skills and ideas it will need to deal with the challenges ahead. 
WHO WE ARE

Loveitshareit is a registered Community Interest Company established in 2008. Since then it has operated as an open source forum for ideas, debate and action in Leeds. It aims to create new scenarios and visions for how Leeds could be in the future and to identify the skills and ideas it will need to deal with the challenges ahead. 
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WHAT WE AIM TO DO
Loveitshareit was set up when a number of people got together in recognition that Leeds is at an important crossroad and that we need urgent policy debate on how key issues will affect Leeds’ future, such as climate change and energy use, land use and planning, participation and community empowerment. 
WHAT WE AIM TO DO
Loveitshareit was set up when a number of people got together in recognition that Leeds is at an important crossroad and that we need urgent policy debate on how key issues will affect Leeds’ future, such as climate change and energy use, land use and planning, participation and community empowerment. 
OUR VISION
We believe that the city needs to prepare for the future challenges in each of these areas and that there is a need to galvanise debate and action.  
 
The group continues to conduct programmes of education and research that support the citizens of Leeds, local organisations and policy makers to promote understanding as well as design and implement solutions to sustainability and climate change. 
OUR VISION
We believe that the city needs to prepare for the future challenges in each of these areas and that there is a need to galvanise debate and action.  
 
The group continues to conduct programmes of education and research that support the citizens of Leeds, local organisations and policy makers to promote understanding as well as design and implement solutions to sustainability and climate change. 
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