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It’s not too late to be part of a virtual regional climate change event

09 November 2021

tog20planet.jpg People can still sign up for a free place for the COP26 Regional Roadshow East Midlands this Thursday (11 Nov) which aims showcase efforts in the region towards reaching net zero and climate change. 

Hosted by Nottinghamshire County Council, the all-day event will be broadcast live from the new Digital Innovation Centre at the Worksop Turbine, which is powered by energy generated by the wind turbine at the centre. 

It will feature speakers from the Midlands Engine, Environment Agency and the East Midlands Development Corporation with the road show available online for people to watch. 

Councillor Mike Adams, the county council’s new Environment Ambassador, will open the event.  

Cllr Adams said: “I’m delighted to be opening this important regional road show which will get to the heart of what the East Midlands is doing to drive forward UK net zero and climate change ambitions. 

“We’ll be focusing on climate, innovation and investment and I’d urge anyone in the region with an interest in this crucial area to find the road show on Eventbrite, register and attend.

“We’ve got a great line up for what promises to be a fantastic event – make sure you join us.” 

The day will include panel debates with regional experts and explore a wide range of important climate topics for the East Midlands including low carbon communities, green places, net-zero design, innovation and nature. 

To sign up for a virtual  place  go to 

COP26 Regional Roadshow East Midlands - Climate Innovation & Investment Tickets, Thu 11 Nov 2021 at 08:30 | Eventbrite

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