Sustainable Development: What is it and how do we do it?

27 January 2011, 7.00 PM - 27 January 2011, 7.00 PM

Lecture Theatre 1.15, Queen's Building, University Walk.

Tony Juniper is a well-known environmental campaigner, writer and independent sustainability adviser. He is a Special Adviser to the Prince of Wales' International Sustainability Unit and a Senior Associate with the Cambridge University Programme for Sustainability Leadership as well as adviser to several global companies on their sustainability strategies.

This event is taking place as part of a lecture series which has been organised by the student-led society BUST (Bristol University Sustainability Team. The speakers are drawn from some of the UK's leading green experts and all are welcome to come along and learn more about different aspects of sustainability, from international politics to personal lifestyle changes.

Programme of speakers confirmed so far:

27th January - Tony Juniper - Campaigner, writer and independent sustainability advisor

8th February - Peter Harper - Head of Research & Innovation at the Centre for Alternative Technology

22nd February - Dr Tim Chatterton - Researcher at the Department of Energy and Climate Change

9th March - Paul Rainger - Head of Sustainable Bristol City-Region at Forum for the Future

17th March - Trevor Houghton - Rising Tide activist and independent researcher

24th March - Malcolm Shepherd - Chief Executive at Sustrans

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N.B. Tony Juniper's lecture will take place directly after the Systems Centre seminar taking place the same evening at 5:30pm (visit the Events page for further details).



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