“Demand-side measures in the IPCC report” - video now available!

Demand-side measures in the IPCC report workshop, screenshot of presenters

In case you missed the “Demand-side measures in the IPCC report” webinar, the video is now available via our Youtube channel.

After the publication of the IPCC WGIII report on April 4th, the 1.5°Lifestyles team, together with our sister-project FULFILL, the ENOUGH network and Rapid Transition Alliance, organised a workshop-webinar to discuss the main outcomes of the report and its relevance to 1.5°Lifestyles with IPCC report author Leila Niamir. A recording of the event is now available via the 1.5°Lifestyles Youtube channel.

The outcome of cooperation between thousands of scientists, the work of the IPCC marks a keystone in climate policy, with the 6th IPCC report bringing a stark warning on the need to reduce emissions rapidly. Dr Leila Niamir, a key author of the report gave the first input during the workshop, after which Doris Fuchs from 1.5°Lifestyles, Elisabeth Dütschke from FULFILL and Edouard Toulouse from the ENOUGH network provided inputs and discussion points. The event was chaired by Andrew Simms from the Rapid Transition Alliance.

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