Gen Z(ero): Creating a pathway to a greener, fairer future?

10th October 2023

12:30 – 13:45

Meeting Room 4B, ACC Liverpool

Despite the fact the impact of climate change will largely be experienced by the generations to come, policy makers rarely consult young people about their views on the subject or factor in their priorities in their decision-making processes around how their Net Zero plans should become reality. Join us to hear about the extensive research commissioned by The Co-op Foundation in partnership with Co-op to share young people’s perspectives and priorities as the UK continues on its journey to Net Zero.

From maximising the potential benefits of the changes we need to see, to the role of every community, business and industry, it’s clear that the policy response is critical. To hear and amplify the voices and views of young people back to policy makers, join Co-op Group Chief Executive, Shirine Khoury-Haq alongside an eminent panel to discuss the findings from this important research.



Tom Scotson

Junior Political Reporter, PoliticsHome

Shirine Khoury-Haq

Chief Executive Officer, The Co-operative Group

Kerry McCarthy MP

Shadow Minister for Climate Change

Dan Clay

Managing Partner, Basis Research

Mustafa Ahmed

Research Volunteer

Eric Lawrence

Research Volunteer

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