UK universities have produced a new generation of user-friendly online tools presenting easily-understandable, neighbourhood-level data about where our carbon footprints come from, and what can be done to reduce them. What are the opportunities to use them to engage communities in the challenge of decarbonising their places?

At this event Malcolm Morgan (University of Leeds) will introduce carbon.place, the Place-based Carbon Calculator (England), and Ruth Wolstenholme the new ‘Climate Lens’ version of placestandard.scot, Place Standard tool (Scotland). Then Daisy Narayanan (Edinburgh Council) will talk to Place-based Climate Action Network community organisers from Yorkshire and Scotland about the possibilities they offer.

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