Tackling climate change requires innovation: new technologies, behavioural changes, institution transformations and novel ideas. Yet there remain uncertainties and debate about the effectiveness, risks and acceptability of these innovations. Furthermore, while many low-carbon, climate resilient innovations and activities have already been identified, there remain huge challenges to achieving widespread adoption within society – at international, UK, devolved government and local levels. This discussion to start the Tyndall Assembly 2012 will focus on the risks, benefits and prospects associated with behavioural change and innovation in multiple contexts and at multiple scales.
Behaviour and Carbon - Tyndall Forum Open Public Debate - Cardiff University
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 - 17:30 - 19:00
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