Communicating Climate Science Masterclass 7.00pm-8:30pm Tuesday 6 April

06apr7:00 pm8:30 pmCommunicating Climate Science Masterclass 7.00pm-8:30pm Tuesday 6 AprilJoin renowned climate scientist Prof Pete Smith for a discussion on the Climate Emergency, communication and how you can help.Online7:00 pm - 8:30 pm OrganiserSCCAN Scottish Communities Climate Action NetworkEvent TypeMeeting,Workshop & Training

Event Details

Discover other people that care like you, share resources and insights on how to communicate climate change and make a difference!

7.00pm-8:30pm 6 April – a Tuesdays for Climate event.

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Join renowned climate scientist Prof Pete Smith for a discussion on our current understanding of climate science, the urgency to reach Net Zero and what needs to be done to reach that goal.

With time to discuss with others and share ideas on how best to communicate climate science and spark change.

On booking we ask if you are SCCAN (Scottish Communities Climate Action Network) members? and if you’d like to join?

NB. Zoom link will be sent two days and one hour before the event.

Timetable for event

  • 7.00pm Welcome and Introductions
  • 7:05pm Communicating Climate Science, Prof Pete Smith
  • 7:25pm Plenary Q A
  • 7:45pm Break
  • 7:50pm Break out rooms for discussion: What can we do?
  • – Individual
  • – Community
  • – Nation
  • 8:20pm Discussion in main room
  • 8:30pm Event ends

Book now for a positive and uplifting discussion!

Pete Smith holds a personal chair in Soils & Global Change at the University of Aberdeen. His main areas of expertise are in modelling greenhouse gas / carbon mitigation, bioenergy, biological carbon sequestration, global food systems modelling and greenhouse gas removal technologies.

He is Science Director of Scotland’s Climate Change Centre of Expertise ClimateXchange

A Tuesdays for Climate event from SCCAN



(Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


SCCAN Scottish Communities Climate Action Network

"We aim to support community-led action in Scotland to address the climate and nature emergency and work for a just, thriving and resilient Scotland"

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