Big Leeds Climate Conversation to be extended to 30 November

Leeds City Council is to extend the deadline for taking part in the Big Leeds Climate Conversation by an additional month, it has been announced. It was originally due to close on 31 October, but will now be extended until 30 November.

The extension will give residents a final opportunity to have their say on how the city should respond to the climate emergency.

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Aviation and the climate crisis

Thursday, 21 November, 2019 - 19:00 to 21:30

An inspiring event exploring the climate impact of aviation, flight-free travel, and how people power can save the world. We will hear from speakers exploring the issues, including what difference individuals can make, what action the government needs to take, and if there is an answer to the coming climate crisis. 

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Planet Data

Friday, 29 November, 2019 - 10:00 to 16:00

#PlanetData will be an event where people come together, discover common goals and similar projects, and join forces to make things happen and make a massive difference. We've seen first-hand the benefits of working in the open and its power - we are #RadicallyOpen by our very nature - and we can help others to work in the open, share data and projects, and let people reach in and help and make a real difference.

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Launch - Financing inclusive climate action in the UK: an investor roadmap

Tuesday, 3 December, 2019 - 17:30 to 19:00

The just transition has become a recognised priority in the UK. It is part of the Paris Agreement and, this year, the UK government's Committee on Climate Change stated that the transition to a resilient and net-zero economy must be "fair and seen to be fair."

Making the shift to a sustainable economy in the UK will require the full mobilisation of the country’s £20 trillion financial system. This event launches a report in Yorkshire that addresses this crucial role, rooting its analysis in the region.

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University commits to bold climate crisis action

The University of Leeds has fully divested from significant fossil fuel extractors and has set out seven bold principles it will adopt to help tackle the climate crisis.

They commit to a 2030 net-zero carbon footprint target for the University and a drive to achieve no direct carbon emissions by 2050. Leeds Climate Commission is specifically referenced as a way the University will work with Leeds City Council to help deliver the city's 2030 net zero ambition.

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