Low carbon technologies – the art of a sustainable future

  • Date: Wednesday 17 October 2018
  • Time: 18.30 - 21.00
  • Venue: Yorkshire Pavilions, Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate
  • Event: Ingenious Project/IET public event

Concerned about climate change? Interested in what it might be like to live in a sustainable future?
This event, which takes place during Green GB Week, will feature a panel of experts including climate scientists and renewable energy researchers from the University of Leeds.
A briefing about climate change and the technology options open to us will be followed by round table discussions focusing on implementing a sustainable zero carbon future for the Yorkshire region.
Open to all interested members of the public, material from this event will feed into a Royal Academy of Engineering project called ‘The Art of a Sustainable Future’ where the public will be invited to submit art (including short stories, and visuals) responding to this vision.

Speakers / panel:

James McKay (University of Leeds)
Paul Smith (IET North Yorkshire)
Jemima Parker (Zero Carbon Harrogate)
Prof. Peter Taylor (Professor of Sustainable Energy Systems, University of Leeds)
Prof. Piers Forster (Priestly International Centre for Climate, University of Leeds)
(note: some speakers to be confirmed)

Register to attend