The panel will comprise of:
- Professor Georgina Endfield (Chair), Professor of Environmental History
- Professor Mark Boyle (Chair), Director of the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place
- Dr Kate Lonsdale, Champion for the UK Climate Resilience Programme
- Dr Sam Solnick, Senior Lecturer in English Literature
- Bernadette McBride, Postgraduate Researcher specialising in 'Cli-Fi'
- Daniel Slade, Researcher, Geography and Planning
Supporting the climate emergency
This event is part of a two-part panel discussion where we will show how we’re connecting our research, education and sustainability agendas to address the global climate crisis.
With leading experts from across the University, the panel will discuss the science behind this global emergency and consider societal responses and potential solutions.
Find out more about the first event, Climate Change: Making sense of the science below.
Climate Change: Making sense of the science
This event addresses the science of climate change and touch on some of the solutions, including how surface warming increases with the amount of carbon we emit, as well as how the Arctic is changing, how the land ecosystem is responding, and how we need to move forward on decarbonisation. The panel will consider how we can move the climate agenda forward, including activities on both an international and a more local scale.
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