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Book your place at Lincolnshire Climate Summit

10:54 am, Thursday, 16th September 2021 - 2 years ago


On October 13, Lincolnshire County Council will hold the first ever Lincolnshire Climate Summit during the run up to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow.

The summit will have a fantastic line up of inspirational speakers and exhibition stands to shine a light on some of the solutions that will help us reach net zero and accelerate action towards a greener future.

9am to 10amExhibitions
10am to 12pmThe Green Masterplan Launch and National and Local Response to Climate Change Policy and Strategy. With keynote speakers Lord Deben, Chair of the Climate Change Committee Sarah Mukherjee, CEO of IEMA
12pm to 1:30pmExhibitions
1:30pm to 4pmThe Lincolnshire Climate Partnership Launch and Net Zero Solutions. Hear from panels of local businesses and organisations that are leading the way with their decarbonisation solutions.

Lincolnshire County Council will bring together people across the county, including the public sector, businesses, communities and individuals, to provide the opportunity to focus on what can be achieved when we all work together to tackle climate change, and showcase some of the amazing things already being implemented across the county to reduce our emissions. The event will be free to attend and fully catered.

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As a warm up to the summit, from the 20 to 23 September we will also be hosting a series of virtual events covering a range of climate centric topics.

There will be an event for everyone, from how to make your business more sustainable to individual and community led climate action. 

Monday 20 September
10am to 11:30am
Energy efficiency for your business
Tuesday 21 September
11am to 12:30pm
Sustainable transport for your business
Wednesday 22 September
6pm to 7:30pm
Community-led climate action
Thursday 23 September
6pm to 7:30pm
Low carbon homes

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If you have any enquiries about the summit, please email [email protected].

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