Join us for Climate Café Perth to talk and take action on the #ClimateEmergency. Due to the pandemic these meet ups will proceed in a virtual format for the time being.
Taking place on the last Tuesday of every month between now and COP26 in Glasgow in November, Climate Café Perth will present a range of speakers from the arts and culture sector to talk about how they are engaging with COP26.
After the speaker, there will be space to participate and discuss the content of their talk as well as local issues that matter to you – creating a brilliant platform for designing and amplifying local change.
This month (September) we will be joined by Demilade Isioma Elemo, MCIArb who is currently carrying out her PhD Research on Renewable Energy Investment Dispute Resolution at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee.
Demi is currently a Research Assistant on the Climate Change Network Project sponsored by the Royal Society of Edinburgh focusing on providing policy advice to the national governments of developing nations ahead of COP26. She is qualified to practice law in Nigeria and holds an LL.M in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution from Queen Mary, University of London.
Demi is also part of a working group presenting at COP26 on the disproportionate impact climate change has on women. It is this topic that she will be focusing on in our Climate Café discussion.
Please book into the event to join us. Tickets are free. The event will take place on Zoom. A link to join the event will be emailed to you 30 minutes before the start.
If you cannot join for the next one, but would like to register your interest in being a regular attendee at Climate Café Perth please still sign up for this event which will allow us to note your interest in Climate Café and contact you in future.