Date released: April 28, 2021
Dr Edward Cameron is presenting an EPA Climate Change Lecture at the Mansion House on Friday evening (17 May 2019) as part of the National Dialogue on Climate Action. In this public lecture, Dr Cameron will discuss the importance of climate leadership as we transition to a low carbon, climate resilient and inclusive world.
Laura Burke, EPA Director General said,
“Strong leadership is essential for tackling the challenge of climate change. This involves taking hard decisions to put us on the right trajectory to meet our emission reductions obligations and build resilience to the inevitable impacts of a changing climate. It also entails being able to seize the opportunities that should arise during the transition.
“Dr Cameron is a climate specialist with many years of experience in the areas of climate change and human rights. We are looking forward to hearing Dr Cameron’s vision for climate leadership as we transition to a more sustainable future, from his experience with the World Resources Institute and elsewhere.”
The Climate Change Lecture is being held in the Round Room at the Mansion House. The event will also be live streamed here.
People can also follow the discussion on Twitter using the #ClimateLecture2019 hashtag.
Notes to Editor
The EPA, as part of the National Dialogue on Climate Action, will host a public lecture on climate leadership as we transition to a low carbon, inclusive society, with a focus on resilience to climate change.
The event will be live streamed and you can watch online.
Title: New climate leadership for a low carbon, climate resilient and inclusive world
Speaker: Dr Edward Cameron has worked on climate change and human rights for over two decades. He has served with the European Union, the government of the Maldives, the World Bank, the World Resources Institute, and recently spent five years as Managing Director at Business for Social Responsibility, encouraging hundreds of corporations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance climate resilience.
Dr Cameron is currently a senior advisor to numerous governments, multinational companies, and non-profit organisations. He holds a PhD in Social Sciences, Business and Economics having conducted ten years of doctoral research on climate justice. From Dun Laoghaire, he currently lives in the United States with his wife and two sons.
Date/Time: Friday 17 May 2019. Registration and refreshments from: 18:00. Lecture at 19:00
Venue: The Round Room, Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2.