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Join us as the Associateship of King’s College (AKC) collaborates with King’s Climate Action Society to deliver a Student-Activist-Academic led panel titled Climate Change: What Can We Do?

The panel will be exploring individual experiences of Climate Change and will provide the opportunity to join the conversation and share unique perspectives on how we contribute to the relationship between society and our environment.

Guest speakers

  • Keynote speaker: Sarah Lunnon, Activist, Extinction Rebellion
  • Prof. Frans Berkhout, Assistant Principal King’s Climate and Sustainability, Professor of Environment, Society, and Climate
  • Jone de Roode Jauregi, Climate Action Assistant, King’s Sustainability Team
  • Atilla Yücel, King’s Climate Action Society
  • Convenor: Clare Carlisle, Professor of Philosophy & AKC Director

Audience members will have the opportunity to contribute to the panel discussion.

This event is open to current King's students and staff only. 

Climate & Sustainability Month February 2023

This event is part of Climate & Sustainability Month which takes place throughout February 2023. Find out more here.

At this event

Clare  Carlisle

Professor of Philosophy

Frans Berkhout

Assistant Principal (King’s Climate & Sustainability)

Event details

Lucas Lecture Theatre (S-2.18, second basement)
Strand Building
Strand Campus, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS