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

During the week of the G7 in Cornwall we have a wide range of digital events for all ages and interests starting on World Environment Day on Saturday 5th June through to Monday 14th June. Register now as we develop knowledge, skills and solutions for a green future.

05 June

Environment and Climate Emergency: Action on the frontline

On World Environment Day, join Ade Adepitan and a panel of environmental activists and experts to find out what we can do to build a greener future.

Time: 11.15-12.30

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08 June

World Oceans Day – Sustainable Growth Conference

A partnership event with the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce with a wide range of high profile speakers and masterclasses for businesses and anyone committed to creating solutions for sustainable economies and communities.

Time: 09.15-15.30

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10 June

Facing Facts, Finding Courage on the environment and climate emergency

A partnership event with Arctic Basecamp and hosted by Gail Whiteman Professor of Sustainability at the University of Exeter Business School who is also a founder of Arctic Basecamp and Professor Lora Fleming, Director at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health.

Time: 19.45-20.30

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11 June

Green Futures Conference Day 1

The University of Exeter is home to a wide range of environment, climate and sustainability experts working on solutions to address the environment and climate emergency.

Time: 10.00-16.30

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12 June

Green Futures Conference Day 2

The University of Exeter is home to a wide range of environment, climate and sustainability experts working on solutions to address the environment and climate emergency.

Time: 10.00-15.00

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14 June

G7 legacy for Cornwall and the progress towards a greener future for all

Join Professor Gail Whiteman online in conversation with Nigel Topping, the UN High Level Climate Action Champion for COP26; Professor Lisa Roberts, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Exeter; and Kate Kennally, Chief Executive at Cornwall Council as we reflect on the legacy of the G7 for Cornwall, what has been achieved, and the action required at COP26.

Time: 20.00-20.45

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