An event sharing Dr Alix Dietzel and Dr Alice Venn's research into how non-state organisations can support a just transition and how this aligns with Bristol's One City Climate Strategy. This event is an opportunity to share the findings from the project, answer your questions, and get your feedback and thoughts on the outcomes.
In February 2020, Bristol launched the ambitious One City Climate Strategy committing to becoming carbon neutral and climate resilient by 2030. The Strategy calls for a fair and collaborative approach based upon a just transition, but how can we ensure that happens? Join Dr Alix Dietzel (University of Bristol) and Dr Alice Venn (University of Exeter) to discuss the outcome of their year-long project, funded by the Cabot Institute, to understand the role that non-state organisations might play in supporting a just transition. The project brought together the following Bristol-based actors engaged in climate policy, to understand their decision-making processes and whether these align with Bristol’s One City Strategy: • Black and Green Ambassadors • Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change • One City Environmental Board • One City Economic Board • Liveable Neighbourhoods for Bristol • CyclingWorks Bristol • Arup The aim of the project is to inform the development of more just and inclusive climate policy responses and help lift the voices of the most vulnerable in our society who may be impacted most by the effects of climate change. This event is an opportunity to share the findings from the project, answer your questions, and get your feedback and thoughts on the outcomes. We would love to have your input, so please join us.
Alix Dietzel (Lecturer in Politics)
Everyone is welcome
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