Paul Allen from the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) will be talking about their new report Zero Carbon Britain - Rethinking the Future with breakout discussion groups.
The report draws on the Centre for Alternative Technology's 40 years of experience to create technically viable future scenarios. It brings together the latest knowledge from a wide range of disciplines, to explore synergies that create employment, increase wellbeing, have a positive impact on the economy, and future-proof us for the challenges of the 21st century.
Free, but donations welcome.
Carl Bendelow asks that people comment on the Common Agricultural Policy changes to highlight the need for support for green energy.
This event is part of Sustain Eden, a three-year partnership programme, managed by Penrith-based charity Cumbria Action for Sustainability (CAfS) working with partners from the public, private and voluntary sector.
The Sustain Eden Programme focuses on the themes of energy, transport, resources and extreme weather and will aim to create a resilient community capable of responding to the impacts of climate change.
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