From the 13th to the 15th of November, experts from across the world will meet in Berkshire (UK) to explore how to strengthen the global community who have adopted, or are looking to develop, the 2050 Calculator model to support a more sustainable future. Delegates of the three-day conference, that will include partners from the EUCalc project will have the opportunity to showcase their work, learn from best practice and network with other 2050 Calculator teams.

The UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Mott MacDonald, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, Ricardo Energy & Environment and Climact are working in partnership to make this event as dynamic and beneficial as possible, together with expert speakers from across the globe to share and discuss ideas on the 2050 Calculator approach.

The event will be an excellent opportunity to discuss the work that has already been accomplished through the 2050 community and to develop ideas for the future. It will also provide an opportunity to talk to experts on how to develop a Calculator and how the Calculator can support policy engagement and development.  The agenda of the even can be found here:—final-agenda.pdf