Zero Carbon Cumbria


Talks at The Old Courthouse

Zero Carbon Cumbria 2037

Tuesday 21st May

Zero Carbon Cumbria 2037

‘Zero Carbon Cumbria 2037 – what might this mean for our Cumbrian landscape?’

Helen Attewell (Coordinator, Cumbria Sustainability Network, which is part of the Zero Carbon Cumbria programme, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund) and Tim Duckmanton, Chair of the Zero Carbon Cumbria Farming and Other Land Use sector group, and Team Leader for Strategy and Environment at the Lake District National Park Authority, will give an overview of ZCC and the work which has been undertaken to date to understand our carbon footprint and discuss what actions will need to take place to cut our carbon emissions in line with our county-wide target of net zero by 2037. 

Doors open 7.00pm

Talk starts at 7.30pm

Opportunity for Q & A

Spaces limited – please book below

In particular, we will explore the potential for land use change in the coming years, and what actions individuals and communities can take to ‘do their bit’ for the environment, and for future generations.

Venue – The Old Courthouse, Shap

The talk is free to attend – but please make a donation, if you can, on the evening.

For more information on the Zero Carbon Cumbria, follow the link