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Arup makes climate change debate call

Top m&e consultant Arup is calling for the industry to participate in a key online forum discussing climate change.

The forum, which is open to all, is being hosted by New Scientist, with Arup a key partner. The forum is canvassing opinion to help form a report which will be presented to the UN Climate Summit in 2009.

The forum asks for general comments and also for opinions on three key questions:

- Where do we start?
- Looking forward to the good life?
- So what's stopping us?

Jeremy Webb, editor, New Scientist said: “The science is all leading to one question: how do we combat climate change?”

“We want to know what you think about the 'how' and the 'who' of climate change - how can we become a low-carbon society and who should lead the way?

“Innovative ideas for tackling climate change are emerging from academia, government, business, non-governmental organisations, and consumers. We need to choose the right ones and implement them now in a joined-up and well-led approach. By taking part, you'll help us take an important step in that process.”

The forum accompanies a series of events organised by Arup in association with the HSBC Climate Partnership and The Climate Group.