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  • UserProf Carol Brayne, Dr Lee De-Wit, Dr Anna Barford
  • ClockWednesday 10 February 2021, 15:00-17:15
  • HouseOnline.

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Cambridge Zero is organising a series of six Virtual Research Symposia, one on each consecutive Wednesday during the Lent term, to highlight all the exciting and ground-breaking research on net zero and zero-carbon solutions happening across Cambridge. The aim of these events is to help build and strengthen the communities of researchers working on topics related to the Cambridge Zero Research Themes, and to encourage new connections and collaborations.

Keynote Speakers: Prof Carol Brayne CBE , “Population Health and Sustainability, Relationships and Opportunities”

Dr Anna Barford, “Peak Youth, Climate Change and the Role of Young People in Adapting their Futures: views from Uganda”

Dr Lee De-Wit, “International Public Support for Government Action, and Policy Solutions at COP26 : Results from a YouGov Survey Across 7 Countries.”

Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Presentations:

Dr Emma Garnett, “The steaks are high: what approaches work to increase vegetarian sales and reduce meat consumption?”

Dr James Smith & Adam Twigg, “Understanding opportunities for improving asthma care while reducing its carbon footprint – a review of variation in local guidance.”

Sarah Nelson, “The role of society in accelerating the Net Zero transition”

Christina Xiao, “Push and/ or pull? A systematic review of studies evaluating the effectiveness of carrot, stick, and combined population-level interventions on modifying travel behaviour”

William Moody, Ellie Fox & Emma Clarke “Using youth community-based resources to tackle the climate emergency within Cambridgeshire communities”

This talk is part of the Cambridge Zero Virtual Research Symposia series.

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