Transport in Exeter and Devon: Fighting the Climate Crisis
Monday 24th January at 19:30 on Zoom.
The event will be hosted by Exeter Labour for a Green New Deal and speakers will include transport activists and policy makers.
Road transport accounts for 31% of Devon’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the largest emitter in the county.
Following on from our successful event in October at Exeter University, Exeter Labour for a Green New Deal are hosting an online Zoom event to discuss how to tackle the climate crisis through transport policies and campaigning and
The panel event will feature short presentations a question and answer session.
- Anna Semlyen – Campaign Manager, “20’s Plenty for Us”- lowering speed limits
- Mike Walton – Chair, Exeter Cycling Campaign who will be presenting on decarbonising transport
- Councillor Rachel Sutton – Exeter City Council lead councillor on Net Zero Carbon Exeter 2030
- Councillor Steve Race – Hackney Council, Member of the Skills, Economy, & Growth Scrutiny Commission who will be presenting on Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs)
- Councillor Tom Hayes – Oxford City Council, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Green Transport and Zero Carbon Oxford who will be presenting on Ultra Low Emission Zones (ULEZ)
- Chris Hinchliff – Rural Transport Campaigns and Policy Officer, CPRE The Countryside Charity, who will be presenting on the Every Village, Every Hour, campaign to improve rural buses.
- Councillor Danny Barnes – Devon County Council
- Ben Bradshaw MP
Join us at this free panel event on January 24th by registering for a ticket here: https://transportinexeteranddevon.eventbrite.co.uk
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