This page lists events organised by Carbon Neutral Cambridge. The associated reports are available here
Saturday 22 October 4-6pm. Healthy Soil-Healthy Food. Family friendly event at Museum of Technology to meet local farmers and growers who are working with nature to regenerate their soil, grow food, boost biodiversity and capture carbon.
Monday 17th October 2022, 12-1pm online: Annual General Meeting, with our speaker, Richard Hales, Energy and Sustainability Manager at Cambridge University NHS Foundation Hospital Trust. (i.e Addenbrookes).
Wednesday 22nd September 2021, 1-2pm online: Annual General Meeting, with speaker, Professor Aled Jones, Director of The Global Sustainability Institute.
Postponed Climate Emergency Conference with the Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry. Online and free, Wednesday 2, 9 and 16th December 1pm -2pm
Wednesday 16th September 2020: Annual General Meeting, with speaker, Shaun Spiers, Executive Director of Green Alliance
Tuesday 24 March 2020: Climate Emergency Conference in partnership with the Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry. ** POSTPONED **
Thursday 5 December 2019. Public meeting, “Can you help develop a fair Local Transport Plan which rapidly transitions to zero emissions”.
Monday 8 July 2019: A meeting with the Climate and Environment Advisory Committee, South Cambridge District Council on the findings from the Zero Carbon Futures Symposium. Download the presentation here
Tuesday 2 July 2019: Annual General Meeting. Following a short meeting to deal with formal business we presentated and discussed the findings and recommendations from the Zero Carbon Futures Symposium
Wednesday 26 June: 1:30pm. Meeting with Daniel Zeichner MP as part of the Climate Coalition’s “Time is now” Mass Lobby calling for an acceleration of action to meet the new net zero target date.
Tuesday 4th June 2019: “CO2 reduction pledges for greater Cambridge”. One day event as part of UCL’s “Global Citizenship Programme”
Tuesday 21st May 2019: “Zero Carbon Futures Symposium” in partnership with the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service.
18 October 2018. “The implications of the IPCC’s 1.5C report”: A meeting with the Climate and Environment Advisory Committee, South Cambridge District Council. Download the presentation here