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Introducing the Net Zero Home School 2020! The webinar series that aims to empower Generation Net Zero with a deeper understanding of what Net Zero means, and what it will take to achieve it, both for the UK and the world. On June 27th 2019, the UK became the first major economy to pass laws to end its contribution to global warming by 2050. Achieving this goal will be one of the defining challenges of our time. 

Hosted by Fiona Harvey, Environment Correspondent at The Guardian, five webinars on science and policy for Generation Net Zero, to mark the first anniversary of the passage of the UK’s Net Zero Emissions law. Monday 22nd to Friday 26th June from 17.00 - 18.30 each day.


Convened by the Oxford Climate Research Network, the Oxford Climate Society and NetZeroClimate.org, supported by the ClimateWorks Foundation.

All webinars will be livestreamed on the Oxford Climate Society YouTube channel  


All sessions will be recorded and available afterwards

You can register for free on Eventbrite for all the sessions

Talks will be aimed at the well-informed school-striker – so, if you’ve never heard of climate change, you’ve got some homework to do in advance (!), but if you’re not sure what Net Zero means, this Home School is for you.

To submit a question in advance of the Home School, please see the form below.

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