About the Webinar
What’s the role for housing associations in the move to a low Carbon Scotland?
The Scottish Government has set an ambitious target to reduce its climate emissions to net-zero by 2045 with the First Minister declaring a global climate emergency.
For us to meet these ambitious targets will require significant transformation across all sectors of society.
Housing associations have the most energy efficient homes in Scotland and a strong track record in installing renewable and low carbon technologies but what does the move to a low Carbon Scotland mean for you and your tenants?
Come along to this engaging session and join SFHA’s Stacey Dingwall and Aoife Hutton, Climate Change Officer at Keep Scotland Beautiful to explore the role of housing associations in the transition to a low-carbon Scotland.
Benefits of attending
- Understand the climate emergency and the important role of housing associations in the transition to a low-carbon Scotland.
- Identify benefits and barriers to taking action in the housing sector.
Who should attend?
If you are involved in energy effiency within your role then this webinar is for you.
How to book
This session is FREE to attend and to book your place use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page or the link below.
Once your place has been confirmed you will receive the link for the webinar which you will use on the day to access it.
We are broadcasting this webinar on Zoom