In front of invited VIP guests from science, engineering, politics and education - as well as young people and climate experts - Professor Liz Bentley, CEO of the Royal Meteorological Society, chairs a Question Time-style debate with a panel of experts from organisations proposing concrete and immediate action to respond to the climate emergency facing our planet.
Open to all, this is your chance to take part in a positive debate about ways we can use science, technology and engineering to make the dramatic interventions and support the lifestyle changes necessary to bring the temperature down across the globe - starting in Abingdon and the UK.
Tickets on sale early 2020 - sign-up to the ATOM Newsletter to be the first to know.
Wednesday 18 March 2020 at the Yolande Patterson Hall, St Helen & St Katherine School
VIP Reception: 7.15pm, Event Begins 8pm, Tickets £TBC
Hosted at St Helen & St Katharine School, the event is organised by the ATOM Student Ambassadors, and will take place after a
day-long Schools Climate Solutions Conference, with a keynote speech by Dr James Rae, Geochemist and
Reader in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of St Andrews.
If your school would like to get involved in the Conference, register your interest here.