The Climate Change Committee are hosting a new series of webinars focused on the delivery of Net Zero as part of the UK’s contribution to stopping global warming.

20 January | The Economics of Net Zero link to register
What are the potential implications of the CCC’s advice on the Sixth Carbon Budget for UK jobs and the wider economy? Chaired by CCC member Paul Johnson with contributions from Hector Pollitt at Cambridge Econometrics, University of Strathclyde’s Professor Karen Turner, Shell’s Mallika Ishwaran. 

27 January | Financing Net Zero |  link to register
How to finance the Net Zero transition informed by the CCC’s Expert Advisory Group on Finance. Guest speaker: Nick Robins, Professor in Practice for Sustainable Finance at The Grantham Research Institute.

03 February | Policies to meet Net Zero | link to register
How to deliver the Net Zero transition in practice – informed by the CCC’s Expert Advisory Group on Policy. Guest speaker: Professor Cameron Hepburn, Director of the Economics of Sustainability Programme, based at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School.

10 February | Net Zero: The role of individual action | link to register
What role does behaviour change play in delivering emissions reductions from housing, agriculture and transport? Contributions from CCC committee member Professor Nick Chater, and the CCC Secretariat.

17 February | Net Zero: The role of business | link to register
How can businesses help deliver the UK’s national Net Zero ambition? This session explores the barriers for UK businesses when it comes to supporting the drive to Net Zero. Guest speaker: McKinsey’s Tera Allas CBE.

24 February | Net Zero: The role of local action | link to register
How can local authorities help to deliver Net Zero? Guest speaker: Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol.

03 March | Net Zero: The need for joint action on adaptation | link to register
How action on climate change adaptation can and should complement steps to reduce UK emissions, resulting in multiple benefits. 

Events in this series run from 10:00-11:00. You will be sent a unique link to join the webinar(s) you have selected once you have registered and your place has been confirmed.