Back in February, Wera Hobhouse organised The Bath Briefing, where key organisations from the city presented their projections for transport related problems that Bath will face over the next 10-20 years. Since then, local groups and activists have met and developed their ideas to solve Bath's transport and pollution woes. Joined by some of the UK's leading experts, they will present their plans for the city at The Bath Transport and Pollution Conference.
Key speakers include: Rosie Rogers (Greenpeace), Dr Ian Walker (Uni of Bath), Adam Reynolds (Transport Policy Advisor), Joanna Wright (Transition in Bath), Robin Kerr (FOBRA), Prof Graham Parkhurst (UWE), Caroline Kay (Bath Preservation Trust), Lucy Simon (Independent Bath Organisation) and David Andrews (Bath Trams).
It will take place on the 9th June at Komedia, from 9.45am to 3.30pm.
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