A University of Leeds public engagement event on 7 May has provided an opportunity for researchers to understand how children and adults view climate solutions.
Members of the team from Leeds Climate Commission joined University of Leeds colleagues for Be Curious, the University’s annual research open event, which showcases how research at Leeds is making a difference to people’s lives.
Please note the change of date for this event (previously 25 April)
A morning of expert presentations, panel Q&A and networking
EB Charging and Leeds City Council are hosting a half-day free session aimed at fleet managers, energy managers and sustainability professionals in Leeds and the wider region to provide inspiration and information about the opportunities and support available to help businesses and charities accelerate their own transition to zero emission travel.