Friday, 3 May 2013

Public events in May: climate, justice, planetary boundaries

Next month we're running three public events in Brighton on climate change, social justice and planetary boundaries. These events take place during our annual Summer School on Pathways to Sustainability.
All of them are open to the public and free to attend.

Lecture: Michael Jacobs, Grantham Research Institute / LSE
13 May at 5.30 – 7.00pm
Fulton A Lecture Theatre, Sussex University
(This event is followed by a drinks reception)

Lecture: Prof Johan Rockström, Stockholm Resilience Centre
Planetary boundaries and sustainable development goals
16 May at 4.00 – 5.30pm
Fulton A Lecture Theatre, Sussex University

Debate: Fuel poverty, climate change and social justice
20 May at 7.30pm
Jubilee Library, Brighton
Public debate as part of the Brighton Festival Fringe with speakers:
  • Kirsty Alexander (Head of Communications, Nuclear Industry Association)
  • Thurstan Crockett (Brighton & Hove City Council)
  • Doug Parr (Chief Scientist, Greenpeace)
  • Jim Watson (UK Energy Research Centre)
  • Chaired by Alice Bell (SPRU – University of Sussex)
Visit the Spring Series event page for more information on all these events.

This article was originally posted on the The Crossing.