Date(s) - Monday 29/03/2021
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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The climate emergency is a challenge that is requiring transformative change from all of us, with many of its threats and opportunities still clouded in myriad possible futures. How can councils, organisations, and communities develop purposeful and ambitious action plans in the face of systemic uncertainty and often overwhelming urgency?
67% of UK Councils now have their own Action Plan, from fully formed commitments to tentative ‘pre-plans.’ Many businesses, communities, and institutions have also started to map out their journeys to carbon neutrality. If we are to meet these targets, we have to find ways to learn from what is working and what is not in real time.
This workshop will explore, using a real-world example, how to hold the innate complexities and contradictions in an action plan that is inclusive of everyone it represents, but also built to enshrine deep and collaborative action.
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