Seminar: Geo-engineering towards the low-carbon transition

19 May 2011, 7.30 PM - 19 May 2011, 7.30 PM

Dr Tim Fox, 7.30pm Pugsley Lecture Theatre, Queens Building
"After decades of failed mitigation, geo-engineering may give us those extra few years to transition to a low carbon world and prevent any one of the future climate change scenarios we all fear."

Dr Tim Fox has a wide range of research and engineering experience gained across many industrial sectors including the built environment, energy, chemical processing and transport. He has worked in commercial enterprises, government agencies and educational institutions in the UK, Australia, Canada and Holland. He is currently Head of Energy and Environment at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. His role involves developing and communicating the Institution's policies on energy and the environment.

This talk is sponsored by the IMechE. Please contact Dr Julian Booker for more details

All are welcome. Light refreshments will be available.


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