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Let’s Talk Climate Action Cornwall and Isles of Scilly
November 8, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
We want to bring businesses, organisations and community groups together to address the question ‘when everything is so global, what can I do?’
As the United Nations meet to accelerate world action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement, we need everyone to commit to act on climate change and create further momentum for action here in Cornwall.
This event will focus on key thematic areas in which we can all take action to reduce our impact. Through inspirational discussions between informed speakers and passionate and engaged local advocates, the event will highlight the issues of climate change and showcase projects and initiatives which demonstrate what action can be taken (in the form of case studies from our local businesses and communities).
The event will be held online and will be recorded so we can publish it on different platforms afterwards – by attending you agree to this.
You are welcome to attend the whole event or just those sessions you’re interested in.
10am – Introduction and message from COP26
Alok Sharma, President for COP26
10.10am – Keynote – to be announced
10.30am Session one, choose between:
(a) How we grow things and what we eat – Agriculture
(b) How we buy and use things – Waste
11.30am Session two, choose between:
(c) How we heat and power things – Energy
(d) How we adapt and improve things – Adaptation and mitigation
12.45pm Session three, choose between:
(e) How we move around – Transport
(f) How we make things and provide services – starting your business net zero journey
1.35pm Session four, choose between:
(g) Isles of Scilly – launch of the Isles of Scilly Climate Change Action Plan consultation
(h) Cornwall – hear about the next steps for furthering the Carbon Neutral Cornwall Action Plan and how you can get involved in co-designing Cornwall’s Climate Commitments
Note: Joining instructions for the event / individual sessions will be sent out nearer to the event.
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