About this Event
Join the CEE Bill Alliance Oxfordshire as we celebrate our climate change achievements locally and in the UK and discuss how we can continue to have strong climate leadership into the future.
The UK has been a world-leader on climate ambition to date, and has taken stronger action than many comparative countries. But for the UK to maintain its strong reputation the next evolution of climate architecture is needed.
While the current Climate Change Act has served us well, there are gaps which the proposed new CEE Bill will address and hence ensure a strong climate legacy is in place for the future.
The UK is no longer limited as a member of the EU, and can take bold, ambitious and independent steps to further strengthen its climate leadership.
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Thalia Carr (Facilitator) Leadership Coach and Facilitator in the Sustainability sector.
Clare Shakya, Director of the International Institute for Environment and Development’s Climate Change Research Group.
Professor Nick Eyre, Professor of Energy and Climate Policy, University of Oxford, Director of the Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions, Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy, and recently appointed scientific advisor to Oxford City Council.
EJ Fawcett Student Campaigner UKSCN.
Mike Barry, Strategic Advisor, speaker, commentator on Sustainable Business who developed, launched and implemented Marks and Spencer’s ground-breaking sustainability programme, Plan A.
Dr Amy McDonnell, a Co-founder of the CEE Bill (curator and researcher whose practice engages with contemporary themes of collectivity, collaborative exhibition making and political participation).
Jane King CEE Bill Alliance. Jane King coordinates the CEE Bill alliance building team and specialises in food, farming and nature. Jane is a freelance curator and project manager and has worked with environmental scientists for the past 10 years, in art-science collaborations, to raise awareness of the Climate and Ecological Emergency, bringing scientific evidence to a wider audience through multi-media arts projects and events.
Estelle Bailey Chief Executive at Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT)
Watch the video below to learn more about the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill. Learn more here https://www.ceebill.uk/
This event is a collaboration between the CEE Bill Alliance Oxfordshire and the 19th Oxford Human Rights Festival which is part of the Centre of Development and Emergency Practice (CENDEP) at Brookes University.
CEE Bill Alliance Oxfordshire is a group of people from across Oxfordshire that are working together to push our local Government to act on the Climate & Ecological Emergency. We support the CEE Bill as a key initiative, join us as we build alliances. To find out more contact email@example.com
Please be advised that the event will be recorded and images or clips may be used for promotional purposes. By entering this event, you consent to the University and CEE Oxfordshire Alliance recording and using your image and likeness. If you do not wish to be recorded, you can of course join the event with your camera and microphone turned off and ask any questions via the chat function.