Blue-Sky Thinking: The race to achieve net zero emissions
Climate change is happening at an alarming rate and the need for us to bring about change and deliver on net-zero goals is evident; rapidly decreasing ice sheets, record temperatures and extreme weather events are just the tip of the iceberg.
Driving this change doesn’t mean economies will be destroyed. The low-carbon future in fact brings many opportunities, for governments, for businesses, and for individuals.
IETA and ITN Productions Industry News partnered to produce a news-style programme ahead of COP26 in Glasgow which explores the methods of creating a cleaner future that don’t cost the earth, Blue-Sky Thinking: The race to achieve net zero emissions.
The programme showcases the latest developments and game-changing initiatives in carbon markets, energy-saving innovations, renewable energy and natural climate solutions – all crucial elements in driving the change and creating new opportunities.
Anchored by ITN Productions presenter Claire Nasir from the ITN Productions London studio, Blue Sky Thinking hears from experts within the sector and features informative interviews, news items and sponsored editorial profiles from leading organisations filmed in studio and remotely on location. The programme features two films commissioned by IETA, looking at the magnitude of the challenge ahead to reach net zero by 2050 and the latest innovative technology and work connecting governments, academia and business in strengthening action.
The videos can be viewed below. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The scale of the net zero challenge
The path towards net zero
Interview with Dirk Forrister, CEO, IETA