Energy Transition Discussion Meeting: What does Geoscience need to do now for a sustainable transition to net zero?
26th and 27th April, Burlington House London and online
Full event recording available here:
The Energy Transition Discussion Meeting was a 2-day Hybrid conference which aimed to identify what Geoscience needs to do now to meet the net zero targets in a fair and sustainable way - to support policy, business and innovation, and in parallel develop new scientific and engineering knowledge and solutions. It connected and engaged the Geoscience community with key stakeholders in society, government and beyond, and through multi-way discussion. The event both teased out and integrated geoscience, policy, sustainable development and the Energy Transition. In doing so, it identified new opportunities for Geoscience research, development and impact, and explored what the Geosciences need to do now for a sustainable transition.
The Geological Society and Responsible Raw Materials hosted this hybrid event on 26th and 27th April 2022 as part of their Energy Transition theme. The event consisted of invited speaker sessions and panel discussions, with the aim of addressing what Geoscience needs to do now for a sustainable transition to net zero.
Check out the full recording of the event here:
This website has been created as a 'hub' for the event in general, as well as the home to the online event. On this website you will find information about the event, schedules, abstracts to micro-talks, updated information regarding any changes, and a link to donate, should you wish.
For further information, see here: