City Deals - a vehicle for low carbon progress?
Tuesday 4 December,
Prince Philip House.
Andy Nolan, director of sustainable development, Sheffield City Council
Julian Huppert MP, Cambridge
Andrew Carter, deputy chief executive, Centre for Cities
Faye Scott, head of research, Green Alliance
chaired by: David Marlow, Third Life Economics and blogger for Regeneration and Renewal
City Deals are a new opportunity for cities to embed progress towards prosperous, low carbon, resilient futures. But how far have they been used to do so? This event marked the launch of a new Green Alliance report that examines how the first wave of deals featured low carbon and how the strengths of their approaches can be built on as a new wave of cities begin negotiating deals.
Press release 4 December 2012
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