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Ethics of Energy - Cambridge Festival 2022

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A panel discussion with leading experts, as part of the Cambridge Festival 2022

Dr Shaun Fitzgerald, Director of the Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge
Dr Mette High, Director of the Centre for Energy Ethics, St Andrews University
Professor Jorge E. ViƱuales, 1. Chair of the Compliance Committee, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 2. University of Cambridge

With the focus on cutting emissions rapidly and the acceleration for NetZero, what are the ethical implication for what is billed as the next global revolution? There are ethical and practical issues. What are the financial costs and how would this compare with inaction? What are the ethics of not making investments and changes now? What systems can help the transition?

The session will explore some of the differences in timescales of impact and who might pick up the environmental tab. Join us to look at what conversations will shape our future

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Part of the Cambridge Zero Series, Cambridge Festival. #Camfest

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