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Register for this free on-line event
Join the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), its Postgraduate Institute for Measurement Science, the Universities of Bristol, Edinburgh and Royal Holloway as they explore the critical role measurement plays in understanding and responding to climate change.
About the event:
NPL (the UK’s National Metrology Institute) and university partners across the UK, particularly through the Detection and Attribution of Regional greenhouse gas Emissions (DARE-UK) project and UK-DECC Network funded by NERC and BEIS, are working on the science to provide confidence in delivering accuracy and reliability to greenhouse gas emissions estimates, that governments, regulators and industry can rely on. This live on-line seminar will feature some of the very latest research through a series of short talks and panel debate with speakers from the Met Office, Ricardo, Airbus and NPL providing delegates with the chance to quiz the experts about future science directions.
Find out about:
Welcome and Introduction to session - Matt Rigby, DARE-UK, University of Bristol
Scene setting and aims of the session with audience polling
Opening talk - Tim Arnold, NPL and the University of Edinburgh
The importance of measurement and monitoring in tackling the climate crisis
A snapshot of the latest research from universities across the UK
NPL demonstration of measurement
Panel Session – Facilitator, Matt Rigby, DARE-UK, University of Bristol
Facilitated panel discussion with industry, policy and measurement experts with time for live Q&A
This event is intended for a general audience and members of the public concerned about climate action and measurements and the science behind the measurements.
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Any questions please contact PGI@npl.co.uk
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