Description: This event will bring together leading international speakers to talk about their experience of the impacts of environmental change and discuss how recognising climate change as an issue of human wellbeing and justice has informed their own work and advocacy for change. We will look for shared lessons of relevance to people throughout the world, consider how a health and justice-based perspective on climate action could reshape our progress in the coming years and how this can form our road to COP26 and beyond.
Martin Rees, Bryony Worthington, Partha Dasgupta, Emily Shuckburgh, Oliver Morton
Climate Change and Biodiversity: Time For Action
Mitigate, Adapt or Suffer: Connecting Global Change to Local Impacts and Solutions
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Recorded: 15th May, Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, Cambridge.
Watch live online: Professor Chris Rapley CBE will discuss with Dr. Helen Czerski and Prof. Tim Lenton, the work and life of James Lovelock. Lovelock will join the discussion by way of prerecorded interview segments, recorded especially for this session in March 2019.
This event will take place as part of the Cambridge Science Festival in conjunction with #CCLS2019.