March 15, 2022 at 2:00pm - 3:30pm

STP’s 2021 – 2022 CPD events are centred on the Town Centre Action Plan Review recommendations and in this fourth event in the series, we will focus on the theme of Climate. 

We will be joined by Dr Emilie Wadsworth, Director of Development at the Green Action Trust who will provide us with the context around how we work towards achieving Net Zero in our towns and places. We will then get the chance to learn from case studies of examples in practice. 

Learn and contribute with guest speakers’ insights and example projects; this session aims to help towns and place stakeholders see the impact and importance of climate change and share ideas for what they can do.


Agenda

14:00 Welcome: Phil Prentice, Chief Officer, Scotland's Towns Partnership

14:05 Achieving Net Zero Towns and Places – in context: Dr Emilie Wadsworth, Director of Development, Green Action Trust

Emilie will provide an overview with a focus on green infrastructure, climate change goals, contribution to net zero, and outline some innovative options being implemented across the world

14:20 Transport Scotland’s Car Use Reduction Route Map: Flora Ogilvie, Consultant in Public Health, Transport Scotland 

CASE STUDIES

14:30 Glasgow’s Smart Canal – The North Glasgow Integrated Water Management System (NGIWMS)

Peter Robinson, Head of Engineering, Scottish Canals

14:40 Questions

14:50 Edinburgh Water Vision and the Blue Green City Partnership

Julie Waldron, Senior Landscape Planner, City of Edinburgh Council

15:00 10,000 Raingardens for Scotland

Rachel Howlett, Raingardens Development Officer, Green Action Trust

15:10 Questions and Discussion (Close 15:30)

 

Price and booking

This session is free for members of Scotland’s Towns Partnership and £45 + VAT for non-members. 

Non-members can register here. 

 

WHEN
March 15, 2022 at 2:00pm - 3:30pm
WHERE
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