Carbon Crunch 2020: Applying Systems Thinking to Heat and Transport

Carbon Crunch 2020: Applying Systems Thinking to Heat and Transport
18 November 2020
12:00 - 13:00

For the last seven years Carbon Crunch has been asking the tough questions about carbon reduction, hosting discussion and sharing leading-edge practice. More than a year after the government’s commitment to cut UK greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero, this November we’re examining practical steps the infrastructure industry can take.

The importance of evidence-based, attainable carbon reduction solutions and coherent, long-term strategies has never been more critical.

This year, Carbon Crunch is online. You’re invited to tune into four discussions over four days that will pack a punch.

Day 3 | Wednesday 18 November 12:00-13:00 BST
Applying systems thinking to heat and transport


Looking at connections and dependencies between organisations and industries, and the hurdles, risks, synergies and opportunities these present.


  • Craig Lucas, Director, energy transformation, Mott MacDonald
  • Tom Knowland, Head of sustainable energy and climate change, Leeds City Council
  • Alex Buckman, Practice manager, networks and energy storage, Energy Systems Catapult
  • Glenn Lyons, Mott MacDonald professor of future mobility, University of the West of England, Bristol
  • Stuart Bowman, Development director, Breathe Energy


Find more information and register here.