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Achieving Net Zero Conference

Sep 9
Sep 11
Wadham College
University of Oxford
Parks Rd
Oxford OX1 3PN
United Kingdom
Achieving Net Zero Conference
Image: ECI
Achieving Net Zero Conference
Achieving Net Zero Conference (Image: ECI)

The conference will explore the social, political, ethical, ecological, governance and technical opportunities and challenges around achieving net zero emissions and the policy action required to achieve this goal in a manner that is both timely and compatible with the Sustainable Development Goals.

The IPCC’s Special Report on 1.5 Degrees highlights the need for transformational change to achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement. Not only will emissions of greenhouse gases need to be reduced at an unprecedented scale and speed, but achieving a balance between sources and sinks may also require their active removal from the atmosphere.

​Following the success of the 2016 conference on 1.5 Degrees, this meeting, co-hosted by the University of Oxford and Victoria University of Wellington, will bring together leading academics, policymakers, civil society actors and business leaders to discuss what net zero means, and how it could be achieved.


Environmental Change Institute - University of Oxford


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Payment details

Conference fee: £400

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Languages: English