Bending the Curve on Climate: Seminar 4

17 March 2016, 5:30pm


Venue: Christ's College, Plumb Auditorium

The fourth of the 2016 series of climate seminars convened by Professor Charles Kennel (University of California, San Diego).

This panel discussion will reflect upon the central themes of the seminars, and also consider the role of a university like Cambridge in the societal transformations required to bend the curve on climate.

Panellists include David Bent (Forum for the Future), Lord Martin Rees (Institure of Astronomy, University of Cambridge), Polly Courtice (Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)) and Professor Kennel.

For information on the rest of the seminars in this series click here.

David Bent- Hazelwood

Atelier of What’s Next

Polly Courtice

Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Professor Charlie Kennel

University of California San Diego

Lord Martin Rees

Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge

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