Webinar: The Impact of Climate Change on Nature: Challenges for Industry and Government with Gareth Redmond-King, WWF-UK

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The impacts of climate change on the natural world are becoming clearer every day. Across the world we are already seeing the displacement of communities due to rising sea levels and other environmental changes, while the impact on the natural world has been much more significant.

Continued environmental decline poses a serious risk to many of the world’s natural resources on which human beings and much of our economic activity depend, from clean air, water supply and healthy crops, to the natural habitats in which wildlife thrives.

Join us to hear from Gareth Redmond-King, Head of Climate Change at WWF-UK, as he discusses:

  • The scale of the impact that climate change could have on nature and the world’s resources
  • What the implications will be for industry, government and wider society
  • How key actors across the sectors can collaborate to overcome these challenges and achieve the changes necessary to preventing and mitigating these effects
  • Gareth Redmond-King

    Head of Climate Change

    WWF-UK

    Gareth joined WWF as Head of Climate and Energy in 2016.  He leads a team of climate specialists focused on UK policy and action to reduce emissions across all sectors to tackle climate change, working closely with a wider network of climate and energy specialists across the WWF global network.  This includes detailed energy sector knowledge and engagement, work on greenhouse gas removal options, co-operation and engagement with businesses on climate change, and action across international networks, including with UN climate change processes. Before WWF, Gareth worked for the UK government for 15 years across a range of policy portfolios, as well as leading large operational delivery teams, and working directly for Ministers.  Most recently he led a team in the energy and climate change ministry which had responsibility for providing subsidy and support to companies, organisations and households to install and operate renewable electricity infrastructure in the UK.

 

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