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Behaviour Change and the Transition to Net Zero

The transition to a net zero economy will require wholesale behavioural change by individuals and communities, at a pace similar to that seen in the society-wide adoption of previous technologies such as the internet and the motor car. We will all need to switch to low carbon energy sources, improve the environmental efficiency of our homes and offices, and adopt less carbon intensive transport and eating habits to decarbonise the UK economy.

This event will bring together senior policymakers and other stakeholders to consider these questions and to contemplate levers available to the Government to inspire the behaviour change required for the transition.

In person events are a great way to engage with experts, industry professionals and parliamentarians on the subject. If you are interested in attending this event, please email james.bennett@ukonward.com

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Speakers

Details

April 25, 2022
15:30-
16:30

Location

Online & Central Westminster Location

This event is kindly supported by Imperial College London

Speakers

Rt Hon Philip Dunne MPMember of Parliament for Ludlow

Cllr Marisa Heath, CEO, Plant Based Food Alliance UK

Andrew Schein, Senior Advisor, Behavioural Insights Team

Prof Frank Kelly, Chair of Community, Health and Policy, Imperial College London

 

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