Emergency response: edie’s next webinar focuses on the push towards net-zero
edie is set to empower businesses to respond to the climate emergency by hosting a bespoke Q&A webinar that will explore how corporates can transition towards net-zero and respond to growing consumer concerns on climate change.
Taking place Thursday 27 June at 1pm BST, this bespoke webinar will equip businesses with the insight and knowledge to deliver an emergency response to the ongoing climate battle.
— REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE —
The UK has declared a ‘climate emergency’ and Government advisers are calling for net- zero emissions by 2050. This one-hour webinar takes the form of a live Q&A session with a range of climate policy and business energy experts to explore how businesses should respond to the situation.
The Committee on Climate Change’s ‘net-zero emissions’ report was released against a backdrop of protests and a growing youth climate strike movement. And it was swiftly followed by the UK becoming the first country to declare a ‘climate emergency’.
So, what does all of this mean for energy and sustainability professionals?
This webinar, hosted in association with Ørsted, brings together climate policy and business energy experts to discuss how the business energy landscape could and should change between now and the net-zero target year of 2050; with a specific focus on the industries and areas that will require the biggest transformations to cut carbon.
There will be no presentations. Instead, this webinar will take a live Q&A format, with the audience able to submit question in advance and during the session itself. Speakers will be announced shortly.
- Reflecting on the CCC report: Immediate impacts for sustainability and energy professionals
- Heat and transport: Closing the action gap and scaling-up solutions
- 2050, 2040, 2030… Responding to calls for shorter-term climate targets to be set
Are you interested in appearing on this webinar? If so, send an email to email@example.com
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