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Following a final set of discussions last weekend, the members of Climate Assembly UK have concluded work on their reflections and recommendations due to form a report to Parliament in July.
Climate Assembly UK reaches the final stage of its deliberations this weekend, as its members gather online for the last time to finalise the recommendations they will present to the six commissioning parliamentary select committees.
Just two instalments of the UK’s Climate Assembly remain as the members move towards completing the work commissioned by six parliamentary committees; to recommend how the UK can meet its legally binding target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
The citizens’ assembly on climate change moved online last weekend to complete its work on the UK’s path to net zero, with little indication that the virtual sessions have dampened the interest and engagement of assembly members.
The UK’s citizens’ assembly on climate change moves online this weekend as assembly members express determination to complete work and deliver recommendations to Parliament.
Proceedings on the fourth and final weekend of Climate Assembly UK, due to take place on 20th - 22nd March, will be postponed in view of the ongoing coronavirus situation.
At this weekend’s penultimate meeting of Climate Assembly UK, assembly members will start work on the conclusions and recommendations the assembly will make to Parliament on how the UK can reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050.
‘What practical solutions are there to change our consumerist attitudes?’ and ‘Are manufacturers likely to produce goods where ease of maintenance/repair would reduce their profit margins?’ among questions asked by assembly members
The newly elected Select Committee Chairs underline their support for Climate Assembly UK in advance of its second weekend meeting
During the first weekend of Climate Assembly UK, expert speakers faced challenging and insightful questions from 110 members of the public selected to represent the UK population.
Naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough will address the first UK-wide citizens’ assembly on climate change tomorrow (Saturday 25th January) in Birmingham to thank the 110 members of the public for taking part
From Belfast to Bolton, this weekend over 100 people travel to Birmingham to begin to answer the question of how the UK will meet net zero by 2050
As the UK’s first citizens’ assembly on climate change prepares to meet for the first time at the end of January, the two panels of stakeholders and researchers helping to ensure the balance and accuracy of the assembly have been announced.
From next week, 30,000 invitation letters will be landing on doormats across the UK – including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – inviting people to join the first UK wide citizens’ assembly on climate change.