Zero Carbon Britain - Scaling up Community Action

19 June 2024, Starts: 09:30, Ends: 05:00

 Wednesday 19 June   9.30 - 5.00              online

This is an updated one-day online course from the Centre for Alternative Technology at Machynlleth in Wales.

How can communities take the next steps on their road to a just transition and how do we kick-start the implementation of local Zero Carbon Britain plans?

CAT’s new Zero Carbon Britain course will explore how communities can best meet the challenge of the climate change and biodiversity crises in a time of political uncertainty – the science says we must, the technology says we can, time to say we will!

Drawing on our extensive experience working with communities, local authorities, and on our flagship in-house Zero Carbon Britain research and the expertise from our Graduate School of the Environment, the Zero Carbon Britain team invite you to join us for a day of interactive learning and discussions focusing on the key question: what next for your community?

Key Information
Date and duration: Wed 19 June 2024
Location: online
Start and finish times: 9:30am to 5pm (with timetabled break)
Fees: £95 per person
Includes: tuition, question and answer sessions, online course material
Terms and conditions
You must be 16 years or over to attend this course
For a full list of terms and conditions click here

Please buy a full-price ticket if you are able to. Every penny helps create a safer, healthier and fairer future. However we don’t want anyone to miss out, so concessionary tickets are available if you cannot otherwise afford to join us.

More information and booking


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