Our future depends on the success of Net Zero Carbon. Every day we march closer towards a life of what are termed 'worst case scenarios': extreme weather, mass migration, societal collapse. Humanity has the knowledge, resources, and determination to avert the climate crisis, but we are running out of time. This event aims to highlight the fundamental lack of speed within governance as a roadblock to achieving Net Zero Carbon by showcasing and demonstrating an alternative form of policy creation. You will be invited to co-design this new form of policy creation via participation.
Workshop facilitated by Piers Reilly, PhD student in the Faculty of Business and Law, Anglia Ruskin University, and a part of the Global Sustainability Institute, ARU. His research focuses on the creation and implementation of a new governance and policy framework designed to enable a rapid transition to Net Zero. Piers is a policy advisor and researcher and studied EU Law at Panthéon-Assas University (LLM, 2019).