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Climate Action – The Time is Now Online Event
Thursday 22 April 2021
16.30–18.00

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Low Carbon Devon Inspire Event

Declarations of climate emergencies, the race to net zero, reducing carbon footprints – these are now daily headlines, but what does this mean for you and your enterprise here in Devon?

The first in a series of Low Carbon Devon expert panel led discussions aiming to inspire action, this event will address the worldwide context of the climate emergency, what this means for Devon and how you can take action today.

Featuring;

  • Andy Middleton, Chief Exploration Officer, TYF Adventure; Partner, NOW Partners, helping organisations correlate their ambition, goals and actions to the speed and scale of response that’s needed for large scale sustainability change.
  • Phil Hawthorne, Head of Design at Red Paddle Co and advocate for creative and responsible design which embodies Circular Economy processes.
  • Natalie Whitehead and Alice Mills, co-founders of the Exeter Science Centre, a visionary project creating a public space where science is accessible to everyone

Be inspired this Earth Day, 22nd April, and find out why the time for climate action is now and how you and your enterprise can be a part of it.

Visit the Low Carbon Devon website to find out about our future events, including practical action workshops helping you to calculate your carbon footprint and starting enterprises on the journey to becoming a registered B-Corp.

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Details

Date:
April 22
Time:
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Event Tags:
Website:
https://plymouth.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/climate-action-the-time-is-now

Venue

online

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