Tue, 21 Feb|
London #4 - Can carbon accountants really be activists?
Environmental accounting has brought about a wealth of data, as well as acronyms. Join us to explore how it has evolved, what we can expect in the years to come, and how people are deploying this data in the service of tackling climate change. Can carbon accountants really be activists?
Time & Location
21 Feb 2023, 18:30 – 21:30
ARBORETUM, 2A Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 0HF, UK
About the event
You’ll hear short speeches from:
- Christina Lumsden, Associate - Climate Change Advisory at Arup, and one of the lead authors of The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5°C World which looked at the different emissions reductions possible through actions of political leaders, businesses and the public, respectively
- Alex Watson, founder of CleanTrade, a new non-profit researching how the UK government can boost low-carbon industry by cutting the embodied carbon emissions of imports
- Tim den Dekker, Associate at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and co-author of Part-Z, a campaign to introduce new requirements in UK Building Regulations to report the embodied carbon emissions of new buildings and limit them
- [TBC] a speaker from a leading carbon accounting consultancy estimating and measuring the carbon footprint and climate risk of clients across the private sector
Back by popular demand, we’ll be hosting our Climate Pub Quiz to bring environmental accounting to life.
- Ticket type
One ticket (one free cocktail)Price£12.00
- Ticket type
Two tickets (two cocktails)Price£20.00