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2018 Cambridge Climate and Sustainability Forum

The Cambridge Climate and Sustainability Forum is a one-day event to increase awareness of climate change, sustainability and 21st Century environmental challenges.
When Feb 10, 2018
from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Cambridge Union
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This year’s forum will be held on the 10th February at the Cambridge Union, with our key theme ‘Living on the Edge’ designed to engage the audience on how we can manage the climate risks and tackle the social, economic and environmental challenges we face as a global society.

With keynote speeches from David Vaughan, Director of Science at the British Antarctic Survey, and Craig Bennet, CEO of Friends of the Earth, workshops from local organisations actively engaging in sustainability, expert panels on plastic waste and debates on the outcomes of the Paris Agreement, the event is not to be missed!

Tickets are £7 for students and £10 for non-students. A vegan buffet lunch will be provided.

For more information, including how to purchase tickets, please click here.

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