Thu 07 Mar
5:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Holyrood Road/St John's Street
University of Edinburgh Moray House School of Education
The IPCC report on global warming of 1.5⁰C focussed attention on the need for urgent, radical action on climate change.
To persuasively demand urgent action for a zero carbon Scotland, it’s important that we have some credible and just ideas in response to the question “how can we do that then?” This event will consider these issues.
- What policies and societal changes are needed for net zero emissions in Scotland?
- How close are we to having all the technologies, expertise and skilled workers necessary to decarbonise industry, power generation, home energy use, transport and agriculture?
- How quickly can we make a just transition from a high emitting to a zero carbon country?
This is a FREE, public event organised by Dr Rachel Howell, Lecturer in Sustainable Development at the University of Edinburgh. All are welcome, whether or not you have any connection to the University.
For more info and to register your place, click here.