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Accounting for the social dimension in planning the transition

When Nov 24, 2020
from 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Zoom
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Speakers: Dr Rachel Freeman (UCL) and Dr Piera Patrizio (Imperial College)

The net-zero transition requires unprecedented changes to our society and energy system. Energy systems modelling enables to compare different decarbonisation pathways, but do models reflect actual social feasibility and acceptability? This webinar will discuss how net energy systems modelling can better account for the social dimension in planning for a net zero future.

We would like to invite you to attend a series of four webinars entitled “Net-zero: can we get there as a society?”, which will feature talks and panel discussions to discuss socially acceptable pathways to Net-zero. This is an interdisciplinary initiative co-led by the Chemical Engineering Department, the Chemistry Department and the Judge Business School from the University of Cambridge and supported by the Energy Transitions IRC.

Registration is possible to a single webinar or the whole series.

The webinar will include presentations and Q&A.

Part of the NET ZERO: Can we get there as a society? series.

 

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