This June, in Coventry, future Net Zero (FNZ) will be hosting their inaugural Festival Net Zero event.
This event will see FNZ’s partners exploring the issues around net zero, such as:
- Policy – what do we want to see from government and internationally as we head towards COP26 this autumn. Are the current policy drivers right and more importantly are we on track in terms of time?
- Heat – the biggest net zero challenge of them all. From our homes to our offices and factories, heat has been by far the most overlooked area of UK decarbonisation. Yet it’s our biggest most obvious weakness, stick a thermal camera on any home or business and see how much energy we waste.
- Finance – how will we fund this and what are the policy levers we need pulled? How can you raise the money in the post pandemic market to make the changes your organisation needs for net zero?
- Change – people will need to change, we will need better co-operation, diversity and new behaviours if we are to get to net zero. Perhaps this is the biggest change of all, how do you tackle it?
The event is being planned as both in-person and virtual event. We will be there in-person and Clare Jackson, our Head of Innovation will be speaking. More details to follow on her session.
If you would like to find out more about this event, or how to register please visit the event’s website: