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Bristol24/7 teams up with the Global Goals Centre to explore how Bristol can lead the way in creating a sustainable city. Sponsored by TLT
Sustainability and the journey towards a Net-Zero city will be the focus of the next in the Bristol24/7 Presents 2021 Series.
We are in a world where air pollution, floods and wildfires are intensifying. Damage to the environment is affecting the health of tens of millions of people, whilst also causing permanent damage to homes and ecosystems.
The effects of climate change are intensifying, however, whilst it might seem overwhelming, climate innovation is also leading to cleaner air, restoring nature and creating a new wave of green jobs.
This year, the UK will be hosting the COP26 summit, which will bring parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and tackling climate change.
The event, held this autumn, will bring together governments, civil societies, companies and individuals to inspire climate action and bring about lasting positive change.
Sustainability and climate action should be a top priority for Bristol and the world.
As a city, Bristol is making a way in achieving net-zero status - but still has a way to go. In January 2019 Mayor Marvin Rees launched the first iteration of Bristol’s One City Plan to make Bristol a fair, healthy and sustainable city.
Join Bristol24/7, the Global Goals Centre and expert panellists in this free virtual event on Thursday September 16 to explore how Bristol is making its way towards achieving net-zero status, the challenges at hand and what you can do.
The event will also feature additional commentary from people across different sectors in Bristol, including Bristol24/7 Better Business members.
Click to register for free and we will send you all the information you need to join us live on the day.