Shifting Mindsets

Can Consumers and Digital Innovation Help Tackle Climate Change?

Digital innovation, smartphones, apps, big data, tech companies… can any of these help reduce our impact on the climate? This question is at the heart of the four-year SILCI project, led by Dr Charlie Wilson at the University of East Anglia. Come and hear what the SILCI team has found out about whether we as consumers can use digital innovations to reduce the climate impact of how we move around, live at home, buy and eat food, and use energy.

Dr Charlie Wilson is a Reader in Energy and Climate Change in the Tyndall Centre, based at the University of East Anglia.

** Please note slight amendment to talk topic from the brochure entry **

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University of East Anglia

Wednesday 23 October
10.30am–11.30am
Venue: The Forum, Auditorium
Cost: Free, booking required
Age: 15+

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