Join our online events, including talks and panel discussions, to learn more about geographers' work on climate change, its effects and policies designed to mitigate it. You can browse other events on our What's on page.
[Cancelled] Focusing on road transport, this talk will consider the potential reductions in carbon emissions associated with a mass transition to electric vehicles and its emerging challenges.
8 December 2021
[Online and in-person] This conference aims to open discussion into the implications for sustainability of the development of a circular economy.
15 December 2021
[Online] Brian will discuss priorities and opportunities for rewilding and nature recovery networks to limit the impact of climate change.
3 February 2022
[In-person] Asher Minns, a climate communicator from the Tyndall Centre, will enlighten us on the outcomes of COP26, and some possibilities and implications for our region.
24 February 2022
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