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Place-based decarbonisation
The delivery of place-based solutions to support the decarbonisation of local communities is a core component of the Department for Transport’s Decarbonising Transport plan (https://bit.ly/3eD6HI9). How can local authorities and sub-national transport bodies respond to the challenges of delivering rapid transport decarbonisation in different places across the UK?

Jonathan Foster-Clark from Atkins considers how we approach place-based decarbonisation in support of delivering Net Zero

Join Jonathan and a team of experts for a free Place-Based Decarbonisation webinar on 06 October, 10.30 - 12.00

- We need a new model for mobility over the next decade, with transport serving the diverse needs of different places.

- We need to be thinking about size, scale, and speed of change in delivering new mobility models for different places. This means recognising the size of the markets for travel – and targeting movements generating the most carbon.

- It also means focusing on where we can deliver the most change: by reducing, shortening, and shifting trips. And it means acting boldly and at speed: what we can achieve over the next 5-10 years?

Chair: Professor Greg Marsden, Professor of Transport Governance, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds and Network Director, DecarboN8

Speakers include:

Inga Doherty, Energy Insights Lead, Oxfordshire County Council

Malcolm Morgan, Researcher, Transport & Mobility, CREDS & Senior Research Fellow for Transport and Spatial Analysis, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds

Jonathan Foster-Clark, Director, Atkins

Oct 6, 2022 10:30 AM in London

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