Making Coventry’s Clean-Green Future – Public Meeting – All Welcome

£0.00£240.00 inc VAT

Saturday 26th October 9:30 – 12:30


The UN science-based climate emergency requires 50% cut in current carbon emissions by 2030 to contain global warming within 1.5 degrees and so avert an irreversible catastrophe for life on earth. Coventry, as other cities, recognises the dual challenges of urgently addressing local atmospheric pollution and global warming from using fossil fuels. The solutions would be to produce clean energy locally and combine this an emphasis on energy and other resource efficiency.
This event will share details of the exciting progress that is being made and also demonstrate how individuals and organisations can take action to accelerate the move to a low carbon 2030.


Chair Tony McNally Managing Director Climate Change Solutions
Cllr Jim O'Boyle Cabinet Member Jobs & Regeneration Coventry City Council
Susan Juned Director of Heart of England Community Energy Ltd
Darren Gardner Head of Business Development E.ON Drive, E.ON UK
Tom Bradley External Affairs Manager Cadent Ltd
Amanda Roberts Environment and Green Futures Manager Coventry City of Culture
Dr Nadia Inglis Public Health Consultant Health Protection Coventry & Warwickshire
Jane Nellist President of Coventry Trade Union Council and National Eduction Union Member
Register for FREE below.
Exhibition space £200


A public poster exhibition competition 'Making Coventry's Clean – Green Future' to be shown at the event.

For further information contact
Tony McNally, Managing Director Climate Change Solutions
02476 217746
For background information see
West Midlands Growth:A regional Approach to Clean Energy Innovation


Event Details

Date: October 26, 2019

Start time: 09:30

End time: 12:00

Venue: Methodist Central Hall Warwick Lane Coventry CV1 2HA