London’s just transition: - RSA Event - RSA

London’s just transition

Public talks / Video / Online

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RSA House and online via YouTube

  • Environment
  • Cities
  • Communities

We know London’s journey to net-zero must be equitable – but how?

Join the London Sustainable Development Commission for the launch of a new LSDC report on what the capital’s political leaders must do to deliver a ‘just transition’ for London. Download the report in full here.

The event will ask:

  • How do we continue to build public trust in climate action through engagement?
  • How can communities have a greater say in local climate action affecting them – especially marginalised voices?
  • How can the benefits of the green economy be shared fairly and made more accessible?

The event will be followed by a drinks reception in the RSA Benjamin Franklin Room – all welcome!

In partnership with London Climate Action Week 2023

The RSA is delighted to be one of the hubs during this year's London Climate Action Week (24 June - 2 July). RSA Fellow, Lizzie Shupak and the team from Curve, will be facilitating conversations throughout the working week, using some of the Open Sentence prompts from The Work That Reconnects, a Deep Ecology conversation that began in the 1970s, which invites people to connect with the emotional, as opposed to the technical, aspects of the climate crisis. Throughout the week you'll find postcards throughout the public areas of RSA House and we invite your responses via our Wishing Tree (located in The Coffee House), and online. A series of pop-up conversations and films are being planned for The Steps. Keep an eye on what's on when, on Circle



 *Please note this event will be shown at RSA House and Online - please ensure to register for the correct ticket type to avoid disappointment*

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