Listened to this at weekend and it is very good. @dwallacewells and @leahstokes are so clear on what’s happening and what’s needed. There’s an especially stark line on how we need to retrofit or replace every bit of built infrastructure on the planet. https://open.spotify.com/episode/0iP1GpRfVPvWWZwkbSZVGj?si=XB6hYPZPS7ehyUEmJet7dg&context=spotify%3Ashow%3A3oB5noYIwEB2dMAREj2F7S
In Heidelberg, Germany residents are given one year of free access to public transport after selling their car. This type of pragmatic policy incentive should be offered in every city with a usable PT system. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/28/business/heidelberg-cars-environment.html?referringSource=articleShare
Next Wednesday (7pm) and Friday (1pm) we are hosting meetings to update you on progress so far and discuss ways in which you might be able to help the campaign.
We look forward to your ideas!
Please choose whichever event suits best. Links below:
What percentage of all global fossil fuel CO₂ emissions since 1751 have occurred in my lifetime.
If you are 15 it is about 30%
If you are 30 it is more than 50%
If you are 50 it is about 75%
If you are 85, it is more than 90%
#GlobalWarming #dataviz #climatechange
Democracy and energy infrastructure ... Hear Dr Emilia Melville and Jack Nicholls present their research into possible forms of democratic participation in @BristolCouncil’s City Leap initiative. Thur, March 11, 2021 at 5:30PM–7:00 PM https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bristol-sustainable-energy-research-fund-conference-tickets-143212204559
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