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Join us for this open-access seminar on one of the most relevant and current topics in the lead up to COP26: the climate crisis. We are delighted to host Dr George Adamson, a climate expert from the King’s Geography Department, who will be sharing his insights about how we can approach climate change at the scale of the everyday. Katie Gard will share her student perspective and provide practical tips to take climate action. The 90-minute session will include a lecture, break-out room discussions, and a Q&A. 

This seminar will kick off the new open-access, interdisciplinary seminar series run by King's Sustainability. Between October ‘21 and June ‘22, we will host seminal professional speakers to cover some of the biggest topics in sustainability such as climate science, justice, sustainable agriculture and much more. 

These seminars are linked to a brand-new KEATS Sustainability pilot module. If you would like to sign up to be part of this module or to stay up to date on the upcoming seminars, please sign up here.

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Dr George Adamson

Reader in Climate and Society

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