The fuel we use to power our world is one of the biggest contributing factors affecting the UK's carbon footprint. Join our exert panel and have your say about the future of fuel as part of this thought-provoking debate.
Our changing climate is one of the biggest challenges facing our society. How we power our world, from the goods we use to the way we travel, has a major impact on the UK’s carbon footprint. Award winning journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed will lead the conversation with a diverse panel of scientists, policy makers, energy suppliers and campaigners. Bring your questions to this open forum and discuss how our society could use most up-to-date fuel research and technology, such as new hydrogen and carbon capture and storage infrastructure, in our efforts to reduce UK emissions and tackle the climate crisis.
This event is part of the Science Museum Group's series of Climate Talks.
Throughout 2021 the Science Museum Group is hosting a series of Climate Talks—panel discussions, Q&As and events connecting you with leaders, experts, activists and campaigners as they discuss how to tackle the problems facing our communities due to climate change.Click to read more
Please note: This event has been rescheduled from Friday 12 February to Saturday 5 June. If you had booked a ticket for the original date, your booking will be automatically updated in your account.
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