Laura Trott MP invites you to join her for the
SEVENOAKS AND SWANLEY CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE
5th November, 10am-12.40pm
Climate change is a serious threat to the future of our planet. In 2019, the UK adopted a world-leading net zero emissions target, aiming to end our contribution to climate change altogether by 2050. However, as we seek to deliver this target, we must ensure that we bring everyone with us, and that it benefits all areas of the country. It will mean changing the way we heat our homes, get to work, grow our food, and much more. But, what should a net zero future look like, and how do we get there?
The Sevenoaks and Swanley Virtual Climate Conference will invite experts from around the country, as well as those from local groups, to discuss:
- What changes do we need from businesses and consumers?
- What is being done in Sevenoaks to contribute to Net Zero, and how can people get involved/ play their part?
Hosted online to allow for maximum attendance, the conference coincides with the UN Climate Conference (formally known as UNFCCC COP26) in Glasgow. And following the event I will be writing to the COP26 President, Alok Sharma MP, to summarise the conversations we’ve had and give him an overview of our local priorities.
I hope you can join us for this important discussion. Please confirm your attendance by completing the registration form below, and details will be shared nearer the time on how to log in.