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Times Earth: how climate change is shaping the future of transport

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As part of our Times Earth event series, join us on the morning of Wednesday, September 29 for a discussion which looks at how climate change is shaping the future of transport, in association with easyJet.

Transporting people and goods is the biggest single source of UK carbon emissions, responsible for 28% and eclipsing even the energy sector. Within the next three decades, our transport world will change faster than it has done in the past century as we accelerate progress to net zero. What does the future hold for our cars, trains and planes?  

Hosted by Hannah Prevett, Deputy Editor of The Times Enterprise Network the panel will include: 

David Morgan, Director of Operation, easyJet
Graham Hoare, President, Global Operations, Britishvolt 
Isabel Dedring, Global Transport Leader, Arup 
Mary Grant, Chief Executive Officer, Porterbrook

They will be considering key questions including: 

  • How can we reinvent aviation with radical new, zero-emission technologies?
  • How can we modernise the UK rail network and get rid of diesel trains, and accommodate alternatives to electrification like hydrogen powered trains?  
  • With a ban on the sale of pure fossil fuel-powered cars and vans by the end of this decade, how green are electric cars - really? 

To book your place, click on 'register online' in the information box. Please note, you will need to be logged in to see the booking button.

The event will be hosted online and there is no charge to attend. Please register online to confirm your attendance and once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with further details. Our virtual event provider, Market Partner, will email you on the morning of the event with a unique link at the email address you used to register for your place, and will let us know that you've attended.

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As part of our Times Earth event series, join us on the morning of Wednesday, September 29 for a discussion which looks at how climate change is shaping the future of transport, in association with easyJet.

Transporting people and goods is the biggest single source of UK carbon emissions, responsible for 28% and eclipsing even the energy sector. Within the next three decades, our transport world will change faster than it has done in the past century as we accelerate progress to net zero. What does the future hold for our cars, trains and planes?  

Hosted by Hannah Prevett, Deputy Editor of The Times Enterprise Network the panel will include: 

David Morgan, Director of Operation, easyJet
Graham Hoare, President, Global Operations, Britishvolt 
Isabel Dedring, Global Transport Leader, Arup 
Mary Grant, Chief Executive Officer, Porterbrook

They will be considering key questions including: 

  • How can we reinvent aviation with radical new, zero-emission technologies?
  • How can we modernise the UK rail network and get rid of diesel trains, and accommodate alternatives to electrification like hydrogen powered trains?  
  • With a ban on the sale of pure fossil fuel-powered cars and vans by the end of this decade, how green are electric cars - really? 

To book your place, click on 'register online' in the information box. Please note, you will need to be logged in to see the booking button.

The event will be hosted online and there is no charge to attend. Please register online to confirm your attendance and once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with further details. Our virtual event provider, Market Partner, will email you on the morning of the event with a unique link at the email address you used to register for your place, and will let us know that you've attended.