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2018 Christ’s College Climate Seminars: Climate seminar 3: The Cultural Functions of Climate

Professor Charles Kennel is returning to Cambridge to host a series of seminars: ‘Thinking creatively about climate change’ in collaboration with the Centre for Science and Policy and Christ’s College, Cambridge.
When Feb 01, 2018
from 05:30 AM to 07:00 AM
Where Plumb Auditorium, Christ’s College, Cambridge
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Following on from the success of the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 climate seminars, this series aims to bring together speakers from the world of research and policy to shed light on different meanings of climate change, to engage the imagination and to explore the range of cultural and political responses to climate change.

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