30 November 2020
4.00pm - 5.15pm
Globalisation is most often discussed in the context of the economy, but what is its impact on the environment? Is it inevitably bad news or is there hope for the future? Whose responsibility is it to manage the environment, and is anyone listening and responding? This lecture asks more questions than provides answers but hopefully makes you think!
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This is a joint event with the Tyne and Wear branch of the Geographical Association.
This event has been organised by the Yorkshire and North East regional committee.
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