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Latest Events

One of the ways we communicate, educate and build communities committed to tackling the environment and climate emergency is through events.

Details and registration details are below for our wide range of events for all ages and interests.

12
September

Tipping Points – from climate crisis to positive transformation

This meeting is a ‘call to action’ to form an alliance to improve warnings of the proximity of catastrophic climate tipping points and to accelerate positive tipping points to avert the climate crisis.

Time: 11.00 -13.00

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22
July

The Legal Aspects in Offshore Renewable Energy

The aim of this roundtable is to convene a platform enabling constructive dialogue among academia and stakeholders. At this roundtable we will be joined by discussants from Renewable Energy Faculty as well as School of Law.

Time: 11.00 -12.30

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06
July

Climate Justice Conversations

As part of Green Futures, we are delivering a series of weekly workshops from July based around what we mean by ‘climate justice’.

Time: 00.00 -00.00

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15
June

Advancing Capacity for Climate and Environment Social Science (ACCESS) Assembly

A hybrid event to bring together members of The Advancing Capacity for Climate and Environment Social Science (ACCESS) network.

Time: 12.00 -17.00

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08
June

The Role of Systematic Observations in the Global Stocktake (GST) – from Global to National

Professor Stephen Sitch from the Global Carbon Budget Office and Dr Luiz Aragao from the National Institute for Space Research, Brazil are presenting the Global Carbon Budget.

Time: 15.00 -16.30

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30
May

Global Carbon Budget Office launch

Join us for the launch of the Global Carbon Budget Office (GCBO). The event marks the exciting next phase for the Global Carbon Budget which each year reports on the trends in global carbon emissions and sinks.

Time: 13.30 -16.30

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25
May

Net-zero plans must be judged by science, not spin

15:30-16:30 CEST (14:30-15:30 BST)

This session assesses the critical disparity between IPCC Working Groups 1 and 3 in their recommendations to policymakers.

Time: 15.30 -16.30

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24
May

Mitigating Risks and Creating Business Solutions with Environmental Intelligence

15:00-16:00 CEST (14:00-15:00 BST)

Explore how scientists can work with technology and business leaders to fully integrate sustainability data with advances in data science, artificial intelligence and cutting-edge digital technologies and services to provide real-time, meaningful and actionable insights that will be crucial in addressing global risks.

Time: 15.00 -16.00

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23
May

What will it take to protect the oceans?

18:00-20:00 EDT (23:00-01:00 BST)

Hear from Professor Callum Roberts, one of the world’s foremost marine conservationists, who has been leading efforts to conserve the biodiversity of our oceans.

Time: 18.00 -20.00

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23
May

The Polar Alarm Bells are Ringing: Will the World Listen?

17:00-18:00 CEST (16:00-17:00 BST)

Scaling adaptation, mitigation and cooperation in rapidly warming Arctic

Time: 17.00 -18.00

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23
May

Conflict, Climate and Food: Managing these Complex Risks

14:00-15:00 CEST (13:00-14:00 BST)

Missing links between war, food, climate and offer and opportunities for action

Time: 14.00 -15.00

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22
May

What Will it Take to Hold the 1.5 C Line: High Level Youth–Science Panel

13:00-14:00 CEST (12:00-13:00 BST)

How to asses the science behind transition plans to avoid a disastrous future

Time: 13.00 -14.00

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