“Climate change is probably the greatest challenge that mankind has faced in recent times. It is already having a negative impact on the lives of people all around the world. A failure to act urgently will mean a reverse in development gains for the poorest and most vulnerable people in society, an erosion of biodiversity, increasing difficulties in providing food and shelter, as well as the potential loss of entire countries due to the impacts of climate change. It is truly an issue that affects everybody, everywhere. In November of this year the UK will host a major conference in the hope that through coordinated international action disaster can be averted. Engineering can offer many if not most of the solutions that can mitigate and even reverse the effects of Climate Change. During four afternoon sessions for the Wirral Arts Festival we will examine a range of technologies that can help in the battle against Climate Change.  In the evening we will have a lecture covering the topic from its causes and effects through to the solutions that Engineering has to offer”.


Electric Vehicles: Our Future Transport
Learn about Electric Vehicles. One will be on display and you will be able to see in detail how it works.


Energising the Community
Learn how Dyffryn Ogwen , North Wales is supporting the transition towards a sustainable zero carbon future with its community owned renewable electrical power generation


Mersey Tidal Barrage: A Major Local Proposal
Learn how by using the tidal power of the River Mersey enough Zero Carbon energy could be generated to supply 1 Million local homes.


Nuclear Power: Zero Carbon Energy using existing Technology
Hear how Nuclear technology enables the generation of Zero Carbon Energy.


Climate Change: How did we get here and what can we do ?
This lecture will take us through the story of Climate change. How and why it is happening, its consequences and what we can do about it.



07 Oct 2021


12:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Heswall Hall
Heswall Hall


Institution of Mechanical Engineers
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