MULTISTORY* Guest lecture
Sara Telahoun

Climate Change Consultant
Thursday 15 April 2021
6 PM

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Sara is a Climate Change Consultant who supports local governments with climate action planning and strategies for decarbonisation. Her background is in climate change reporting and greenhouse gas emissions accounting, having previously worked for a global NGO leading workshops and environmental reporting for international city officials on climate mitigation and adaptation. Sara is certified by the World Bank and World Resources Institute as a City Climate Planner and Urban GHG Inventory Specialist. She is also a member of Bristol City Council’s Environmental Board, where she supports the development of the One City Climate Strategy and advises on methods to accelerate action towards the city’s goals including net zero emissions by 2030. She is also a mentor through Catalyse Change where she empowers young women with the confidence and skills they need for a career in sustainability. Prior to her professional career, Sara studied Architecture at the University of Manchester and obtained a Masters degree in Environmental Management and Sustainable Development.

MULTISTORY* is a student and alumni led guest lecture programme series at Canterbury School of Architecture, University for the Creative Arts, seeking to invite architects, designers, writers, curators, photographers and artists to speak about their work.

CHANGES:CLIMATE - What is being done across the industry to stem the tide of the climate crisis? How is a creative arts institution such as ours best equipped to address the most pressing issue of our age? The The series will explore climate action through design, technology and community, and discuss what needs to change to make the biggest difference.

MULTISTORY* lectures run from 1800 – 1900 on Thursday evenings in the Architecture Foyer at UCA Canterbury, unless otherwise stated. Details for each event are posted here in advance. Follow us on twitter to keep up to date on additions to the programme.

MULTISTORY* is free and open to all.