England’s Historic Environment Forum (HEF) COP26 Task Group is calling for ‘best practice case studies across carbon reduction, adaptation, resilience and heritage/green skills’.
… case studies across carbon reduction, adaptation, resilience and heritage/green skills…
The HEF COP26 Task Group writes:
This autumn, the UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow. Inspired by the summit’s aim to ‘unite the world to tackle climate change’ the Historic Environment Forum created a task group to focus on heritage and climate change, using COP26 as a catalyst.
One of the group’s key tasks is to collate best practice case studies across carbon reduction, adaptation, resilience and heritage/green skills. The group is looking for inspiring, practical, and output/outcome-focussed content; the case studies will be used to support shared sector comms on climate change, feature on the new HEF website and be drawn upon to create an interactive ‘StoryMap’ with support from Historic England.
For more details contacts the HEF COP26 Task Group at HEFtask2@theheritagealliance.org.uk
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