Climate Emergency, Catastrophe; How Bad Is It?
Webinar

Runaway rates of change now threaten us all. GHG emissions need to be cut to zero globally as quickly as possible to avoid being tipped into the catastrophe that follows if we don’t. Can we harmonise an inclusive & sufficient response? In this webinar, Aubrey Meyer will give his insights into what governments, businesses, and individuals must do, in order to avoid the impending climate catastrophe.

Speaker:

Aubrey Meyer is a violinist. Now in his 75th year, he established the ‘Well-Tempered Climate Accord’ 25 years ago. Otherwise known as contraction & convergence, this ‘famous proposal’ remains widely known, well supported, & ‘inevitably required’ to achieve the aims & principles of the UNFCCC. UNFCCC-Compliance raises the 'numeraire-question' (what is 'the unit of measurement'). "Are we simply trying to extend our monetary world into what is really a musical universe?"

Chairman:

Ian Aitchison is a strategic communications specialist and senior advisor to the global shipping industry. A Chartered PR consultant, founder and managing director of Scotch Communications Ltd, Ian draws on a diverse professional background. From Scottish agriculture and land management, military service in the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm and Media Operations, and international corporate management, to his current mission of cutting the pollution impact of deep-sea shipping by advocating LNG as a marine fuel, Ian is driven by a passion for the natural world and corporate social responsibility.

Date
Thursday, 28 October 2021

Time
15:00 - 15:45 BST

Cost
N/A

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Speaker(s):
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    Aubrey Meyer
    Director
    Global Commons Institute
Chairman:
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    Ian Aitchison
    Founder & Managing Director
    Scotch Communications