Event: Next steps for climate change and net zero public engagement

27 April 2022

Event: Next steps for climate change and net zero public engagement

Date: 26 May 2022

Time: 10:00 - 11:00

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With energy bills skyrocketing and the cost of living crisis biting into household incomes across the UK, creating safe and inclusive spaces for complex conversations with the public about climate change, sustainability and the journey to net zero has never been more vital. 

At this event, we'll host an interactive discussion on the next steps for public engagement on climate change and net zero - and how citizens and consumers should be involved in discussions and decision-making. 

  • What methods are meaningful but proportionate? When is a Citizen Assembly not the answer? Download our new FREE resource, which outlines a range of approaches your organisation could consider for its net zero and climate change engagement. 
  • What challenges and opportunities does the energy crisis present for public engagement?
  • Could councils, utilities and other stakeholders take a ‘whole house’ approach and work together to deliver engagement activities in their shared localities?

We'll hear from our guest speakers about their experiences of climate and future energy engagement:

  • Hannah Jameson, Assistant Director Sustainable Growth and Climate Change Response at London Borough of Lambeth, about the Lambeth climate assembly
  • Jamie Moore, Senior Engagement Specialist at EirGrid/SONI , about ‘Shaping our electricity future’

At the end of the session, we'll also be hosting a 30 minute coffee and networking session - a great opportunity to ask any burning questions and share ideas! 
 

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