Cabot Institute event: Environmental Open Hour - Women and climate change

9 December 2014, 3.00 PM - 9 December 2014, 3.00 PM

Venue: Ground Floor Meeting Room, 1 Priory Road
Environmental Open Hour - Women and climate change

Environmental Open Hour will provide a space for interdisciplinary discussion and debate on issues of the environment and our relationship with it.

For one hour we aim to gather people from various disciplines to discuss contemporary issues of environmental politics, the science behind them and their potential consequences.In this second session, we will be looking to explore the question of: How relevant is Abigail Adams’ historical plea to “remember the ladies” in the contemporary international climate change regime?

Discussion will be kicked-off by a quick presentation before we engage in an open and informed deliberation, involving members from a range of faculties and fields. Tea, coffee and cake will be available.

This event is only open to UoB staff and students.  Please contact  Ed Atkins if you are interested in attending.

For more information, visit the Cabot Institute website.

Other Environmental Open Hour events:
Environmental Open Hour -  Economic development and sustainability - 7 October, 3 pm
Environmental Open Hour -  Environmental degradation and conflict - 11 November, 3 pm

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