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Not all doom and gloom: the good news from the cutting edge of climate science

‘Code Red’ for humanity was how scientists described the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in August 2021. The assessment report – the most comprehensive summary of climate science ever assembled – leaves us in no doubt: humans have altered the climate, and immediate action is needed now to prevent the worst effects in the future.

Join climate scientists from the University of Reading who helped write the UN report - they will highlight the main findings, including some ‘reasons to be cheerful’. Discussion will also focus on how local people and councils in Berkshire have begun to make the practical changes needed to make climate action a reality.

This event is part of the Reading Climate Festival 20-26 September

To book you place at this online event visit https://readingcan.org.uk/events-calendar/

Event information

Date

23 September 2021

Time

18:00

Location

Online

Contact

events@reading.ac.uk

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