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Climate Seminars 2016: Bending the Curve on Climate Change

When Feb 04, 2016
from 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM
Where Christs College
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A series of seminars for a general audience exploring responsibility and action on climate change

 

Dates: 4 February, 11 February, 10 March and 17 March

Seminars from 5.30pm-7pm with reception to follow.

Venue: Christ’s College, Cambridge, Plumb Auditorium

Registration for all events at once and for Seminar 1 is now closed, please use the links below to sign up for individual seminars.

Professor Charles Kennel is returning to Cambridge to host a series of seminars, ‘Bending the Curve on Climate’ in collaboration with the Centre for Science and Policy and Christ’s College, Cambridge.

In the wake of Paris 2015, governments, universities and businesses are re-examining their climate strategies, with a view to limiting emissions to well below the 2 degree warming scenario.

Following on from the success of the 2014 and 2015 seminar series convened by Professor Charles Kennel and the Centre for Science and Policy, this series of seminars aims to explore practical solutions to meeting the commitments made at Paris.

4 February:

This panel discussion will examine action and responsibility on climate change in the wake of Paris 2015.

Panellists include Professor Kennel, Dr Richard Fraser (Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit, Universtiy of Cambridge), Dr Emily Shuckburgh (British Antarctic Survey) and Dr Joanna Depledge (Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge).

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