Climate and Energy: Our Future at Stake?
Something important, clever and cost free!
On Sunday in the Arts Centre Conference Room at 3:30pm as part of One World Week there is a One World Forum entitled: "Climate and Energy: Our Future at Stake?"
The focus on the debate is on the changing environment, sustainability of natural energy resources and whether the actual climate changes are man made or natural or part of both.
Obviously the debate will be scuplted by the pannel which is comprised of:
Executive Director of Greenpeace
Dr Nick Riley
Project manager from the British Geological Survey
Dr Bettina Wittneben
Senior Research Fellow from the Wuppertal Institute
Enivornmental Programme Manager from the International Policy Network
Dr John Adsetts
Deputy Chair, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
These are all important names, if you "google" any of them: you will find they have interesting differing view points and something to offer us on this current hot topic.
So what do I want you to do?
I want you to attend on Sunday and listen to these fascinating people battle out their ideas and bring something away from it! I promise it will be lively and entertaining!
This event is Organised by One World Week in co-ordination with Atomic and The Chemistry Department.