GSI lunchtime seminar series
Our seminars cover a range of topics related to sustainability. They are open to all, and their aim is to engage members of the public and Anglia Ruskin students and staff with the sustainability agenda. A sustainable lunch is provided, and no booking is necessary.
Spring 2016 seminars will include:
- Feb 3rd, 1-2pm, Lord Ashcroft Building (LAB) 027 - Ray Cunningham -
- Reclaiming Sustainability: a talk based on the book ‘Sustainability: a cultural history’ by Ulrich Grober
- February 17th, 1-2pm, LAB 006 – James Phillips, GSI – Sustainability in performing arts: “So shines a good deed in a naughty world”
- February 23rd, 1-2pm, LAB107 – Laurie Michaelis, Living Witness – Change agency: working with difference and conflict
- March 9th, 1-2pm, LAB107 – Norbert Edomah, GSI - Nigeria: energy past to climate future & Pan-Atlantic University and Alex Kazaglis, GSI/Vivid Economics - Nigeria: energy past to low carbon future
- March 16th, 12-2pm, Chelmsford campus, MAR102 – Chris Foulds & Michael Green, joint GSI and Department of Engineering and the Built Environment seminar - Characterising the Energy-Water Nexus: Developing a new framework and strategy for innovation in Europe
- April 15th, 1-2pm, LAB 109 – Trevor Gibson, Opportunity Peterborough - Opportunity Peterborough’s Role in the Development of a Sustainable City
- April 22nd, 1-2pm, LAB 109 – Angela Druckman, Surry University, Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) - Spending time in a low carbon society: Less stuff, more fun?
For more information please contact the GSI at firstname.lastname@example.org.