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C-DICE Net Zero World Café Series

The Net Zero World Café Series is an in-person event being held at Burleighcourt, Loughborough University with six sessions spread over two-days (23 May and 8 June 2022). Each session is based on different Net-Zero Themes, derived from academics and industry representatives working in the energy and/or infrastructure and cities research areas. Feel free to attend as many or as few sessions as you would like.

Net Zero World Café Themes
Day 1: 23rd May 2022
Session 1: 09:30-11:30 –To Cornwall in an electric car.
Session 2: 12:00-14:00 –How to create a robust and resilient net zero future.
Session 3: 14:30-16:30 –It’s a matter of scale.

Day 2: 8th June 2022
Session 1: 09:30-11:30 –How do we decarbonise homes?
Session 2: 12:00-14:00 –Reducing your carbon footprint whilst living a full life.
Session 3: 14:30-16:30 –The invisible carbon in architecture and infrastructure.

The Net Zero World Café Series will bring together researchers from all career stages to discuss different aspects of the socio-technological change required to transition to a Net Zero Carbon Society. The world café process is a method which makes use of an informal cafe type setting for participants to explore an issue by discussing it in small table groups. By the end of the session, if you’ve generated some exciting new areas you’d like to explore further we’ll explain how you can apply for up to £1000 of C-DICE funding (in the form of a networking grant) to cover the cost of travel and subsistence for academics and PDRA / post-docs to work together to develop this idea further.

Registration is simple – use this link https://forms.office.com/r/R7Tad7d2xe to take you to an on-line form, select the sessions you would like to attend, let us know if you have any dietary or accessibility requirements, and we’ll contact you via the email address you’ve registered with to confirm if you have a place (places are limited to 30 people per session).

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