15 Nov

London: Responding to the Climate Emergency

This event is now closed to bookings

A series of 45 minute online lunchtime events exclusively for London's councillors on Tuesday 15 Nov at 1.00pm to 1.45pm.

82% of Londoners are concerned about climate change. Over half think it is impacting their everyday lives, and almost 90% want to take action.

Local government has a critical role to play in reaching net zero and helping the city to successfully adapt to a changing climate.

This webinar will provide members with an overview of the impact of climate change on London and its communities, and what councils are doing to respond. It will cover:

  • What is climate change, and how will it affect London?
  • What are councils doing to respond?
  • Introducing the cross London climate programmes – responding to the climate emergency together
  • How can your council get involved?

This event is for London borough councillors.  Register and you will receive a link to the Teams event in advance of the event (if you don't have Teams you can join via your browser).

Chair: Mayor Philip Glanville, London Councils’ Executive member for Transport and Environment and Mayor of LB Hackey

Speaker: Hannah Jameson, Programme Director, Climate Change and Zak Bond, Principal Policy Officer, Climate Change, London Councils


London in Brief series

This event is one of a number London Councils is running exclusively for our members. These events are being run with the intention of keeping councillors up to date with a broad range of key issues that affect Londoners, and which might come up in your case work. Delivered by both experts from our own policy teams and from external policy teams, politicians with years of experience in London government.