Climate change lectures at Leeds

Two lectures discussing the causes and impacts of climate change are being held at the University this week.

'Generation us'

The Centre for Canadian Studies and the School for Earth and Environment are co-hosting a free lecture on the history and the future of the science of global warming by Dr Andrew Weaver, an international expert on climate change.

The event will be held at:

On:  Monday 31 October

At:   5-7pm

In: School of Earth and Environment (sr 8.119).

You can now register for this event online or by emailing Christine Chettle.

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'Climate change and society'

The Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy's public lecture 'Climate change and society' is part of the ESRC's annual Festival of Social Science. Professor John Urry from Lancaster University will aim to place the 'social' at the heart of both the analysis of climate change and of the assessment of alternative futures.

The lecture will be held:

On: Tuesday 1 November

At: 5-6pm

In: Roger Stevens Building, lecture theatre 20.

Reservation is not necessary but places in the lecture theatre are available on a first come, first serve basis.

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