The Rural Services Network is pleased to be able to invite you to attend our online event focusing on Net Zero as part of Countryside COP.
Taking place on 22nd November from 13.30 the event will feature Chief Executive Kerry Booth talking about the RSN asks of political parties ahead of the upcoming general election on the theme of Net Zero
It also features Samantha Hales, a Low Carbon Consultant of Gemserve, who will be talking about the potential of heat networks.
Joining instructions will be sent out a few days prior to the event.
The event forms part of the Countryside COP. Ahead of COP28 in UAE, Countryside COP will bring together spokespeople from farming, education, finance, research and more to discuss the role of UK agriculture and the rural economy in combatting climate change and improving sustainability.
Hosted by the Agriculture & Land Use Alliance, this is an inclusive way for those interested in the countryside to come together on key issues.
Kerry Booth, Chief Executive of the Rural Services Network said she was looking forward to lively debate at the session.
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