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Thursday, October 10, 2019

How does Scotland get to net-zero emissions by 2045?

Time: 5:45pm to 7:15pm

The urgent need to respond to the climate-change emergency is creating a revolution.

£6 full price and £4 concession

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Our response will have implications on how:

  • we travel
  • grow food
  • manufacture goods
  • produce energy

Join this session to hear the opportunities and challenges on achieving net-zero carbon emissions in Scotland by 2045.

Chaired by Mark Ruskell MSP from the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee, this panel includes:

  • Anne Johnstone, Head of Environment, Energy and Sustainability service for Hollis Global
  • Dr Martin Valenti, Head of Climate Enterprise for Scottish Enterprise
  • Catriona Patterson, 2050 Climate Group
  • Dr Matthew Brander, Senior lecturer in Carbon Accounting at the University of Edinburgh

In partnership with the Edinburgh Science Festival 

 

Accessibility

All Scottish Parliament event locations:

  • are accessible by lift or level access, and venues are accessible to wheelchair users
  • welcome guide dogs or other assistance dogs
  • are fitted with induction loop facilities

Please contact us in advance if you have any access requirements. 

Please contact us as soon as possible if you need communication or other support.

Further information on accessibility at the Scottish Parliament.

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