Getting to Net Zero Carbon
Exploring pathways to carbon neutrality through individual and collective action.
Nottingham has set an ambitious plan to be the first carbon neutral city in the UK with a target of net zero emissions by 2028. Come find out more about how Nottingham City Council, Nottingham Trent University and University of Nottingham are working toward this ambition.
- From: Tuesday 3 March 2020, 5.30 pm
- To: Tuesday 3 March 2020, 7 pm
- Location: Room 102, Goldsmith Teaching and Learning Building, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LT
- Booking deadline: Tuesday 3 March 2020, 5.30 pm
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Join the carbon conversation!
As part of Sustainability Action Week, this panel/group discussion and workshop will explore pathways toward carbon neutrality through individual and collective action. You’ll learn more about the universities and Nottingham City Council plans for reducing carbon, followed by a workshop where you can share your views, discuss ways of reducing environmental impact, and identify opportunities for generating positive impact through collaboration.
Attendees will learn more about each organisations’ plans for reducing carbon, followed by a facilitated workshop to share ideas, discuss ways of reducing environmental impact, and identify opportunities for generating positive impact through collaboration.
- Chair: Richard Bull - Deputy Dean of the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University
- Charmaine Morrell - Sustainable Development Manager, Nottingham Trent University
- Chelsea Sowden - Nottingham Trent University Student
- Andy Nolan - Development and Sustainability Director, University of Nottingham
- Lee Taylor - Environment and Social Justice Officer, University of Nottingham Students' Union
- Wayne Bexton - Head of Energy Services, Nottingham City Council
This event is jointly delivered by NTU, NTSU, University of Nottingham, UoNSU and Nottingham City Council and supported by NTU's Research Development and Knowledge Exchange team through Research England's Quality Research (QR) funding.
Parking is available across Nottingham City Centre either on-street or in car parks.
For more information, visit the Nottingham City Council website.