Hugo Tagholm on what “net-zero” actually means and how to achieve it
By Blue Earth Summit
“We need to make sure this country is truly committed to reducing emissions.”
Hugo Tagholm is a co-founder of the national marine conservation and campaigning charity Surfers Against Sewage. He’s spent the last 14 years taking action from “the beach front to the front benches of Parliament” and mobilising more than 100,000 people to clean up the UK’s beaches and coastlines. Hugo tells host Laura Nesbitt what he believes the UK government needs to be doing to meet its legal obligation for action on climate change.
He also spills the tea on what he’ll be talking about at this year’s Blue Earth Summit, plus more about his newest adventure leading Oceana, an organisation dedicated to protecting & restoring the world’s oceans on a global scale.
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