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Moray Climate Assembly aims to shine spotlight on sustainability


By Alan Beresford

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SHIFTING Moray's economy to one of sustainable wellbeing is to be the focus of the third Moray Climate Assembly.

Dr Katherine Trebeck.
Dr Katherine Trebeck.

Run by tsiMoray, the online event this year is entitled Beyond Surviving to Thriving and is set to feature Dr Katherine Trebeck fromWellbeing Economy Alliance as keynote speaker.

Join to be inspired, share latest actions, and connect with others towards a just and green recovery.

The aim of this series of assemblies is to inspire action to support a just and green recovery for Moray leading up to COP26 and beyond.

Dr Trebeck is a writer, a researcher, and an advocate for economic system change. She is senior strategic advisor for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance – a global collaboration she co-founded in 2018, the same year she co-founded WEAll Scotland. Her book The Economics of Arrival: Ideas for a Grown-Up Economy (co-authored with Jeremy Williams and published by Policy Press) was published in early 2019.

She has over eight years' experience as a policy work and researcher with Oxfam GB. Holding a PhD in Political Science, Dr Trebeck is Senior Visiting Researcher University of Strathclyde and Honorary Professor University of the West of Scotland.

The climate assembly is due to take place on Tuesday, May from 10am to 12noon.

To register, visit www.eventbrite.co.uk



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