This page is a copy of the exceptional expert resources and presentations from the Climate Assembly UK resource page.

The Climate Assembly UK brings together people from all walks of life to discuss how the UK can reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. At the assembly, participants learn about climate change and how the UK can address it, discuss it, and make recommendations about what should happen.

Introduction to climate change

Overarching ethical questions on how to get to net zero

Overarching practical and strategic questions on how to get to net zero

Considering evidence

  • Considering evidence Dr Alan Renwick, the Constitution Unit at University College London (informant)

Where our energy comes from

How we travel

Surface transport

Air travel

In the home

Challenges and approaches

Ways of making change happen

What we buy

Food, farming and land use

Where our electricity comes from

Removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere

Coronavirus and net zero

MPs address the Assembly

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