AGM 2023: Cambridgeshire’s Climate Risks : How to respond?

12:00-1pm Monday 20th November 2023

Following our brief formal AGM, we are thrilled that our key note speaker, Baroness Brown of Cambridge, will share her views on the key climate related risks facing the Cambridgeshire region, and discuss what we should be doing as councils, businesses and individuals to mitigate and prepare.

Slides from Baroness Brown’s talk are available here:

Video of the talk, and subsequent discussion available below.

A recording of the brief formal AGM is available below

Baroness Brown of Cambridge, (Professor Dame Julia King) DBE FREng FRS, is Chair of the Adaptation Committee of the UK’s Climate Change Committee, an engineer and a fellow of Churchill College, with a career spanning senior engineering and leadership roles in industry and academia.

Her interests include climate change adaptation and mitigation and the low carbon economy. In this area she currently serves as: Vice Chair of the Committee on Climate Change and Chair of the Adaptation Sub-Committee; non-executive director of the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult; member of the WEF Global Agenda Council on Decarbonising Energy. She was non-executive director of the Green Investment Bank, she led the King Review on decarbonising transport (2008), and she is the UK’s Low Carbon Business Ambassador.

She is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and of the Royal Society, and was awarded DBE for services to higher education and technology. She is a crossbench Peer, a member of the House of Lords European Union Select Committee, and Chair of the House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee.