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Sustainability seminar series general

Sustainability seminar series

King’s Sustainability hosts an open-access, interdisciplinary seminar series that aims to engage the King’s community with some of the biggest topics in the field. The series invites seminal professional speakers to discuss subjects such as climate science, justice, sustainable agriculture and much more.

The monthly 90-minute seminars are held online and generally include a lecture, Q&A, and breakout room discussions. These seminars aim to develop participants’ knowledge of and skill set around sustainability, while also empowering and motivating participants to take action through interactive engagement with the topic.

This seminar is part of a series that runs monthly between October ‘21 and June ’22, covering some of the biggest topics in sustainability. These seminars are linked to the KEATS Sustainability module which we are piloting this year. Enrol on the module now

Stay up-to-date

To receive invitations to our seminars, sign up for the seminar series. Alternatively, you can email Jone de Roode Jauregi.

Previous events in Sustainability seminar series

13 May

Mental health and climate change

13 May 2022, 11:00 to 12:30

Join us for this open-access, lean-forward seminar where a neuroscientist will help you deal with…

25 Nov

Perception framing and culture

25 November 2021, 11:00 to 12:45

Join us for this open-access seminar with Dr Joachim Aufderheide on climate, perception framing, and…

27 Oct

Bringing climate change home

27 October 2021, 15:00 to 16:30

Join us for this open-access seminar with Dr George Adamson about "bringing climate change home".