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Cambridge Climate Lecture Series 2017

23 February - 16 March 2017 - Cambridge, UK

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1st Lecture - 19:30, 23 February 2017

Baroness Bryony Worthington: "Climate Change - a race between Physics and Politics"

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2nd Lecture - 19:30, 2 March 2017

Anthony Hobley, CEO Carbon Tracker Initiative: "2°C Roadmap based on Financial Analysis"

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3rd Lecture - 19:30, 9 March 2017

Professor Kevin Anderson: Deputy Dir. Tyndall Centre for Climate Change: "Paris, climate and surrealism: how numbers reveal an alternate reality"

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Live Panel: 18:30, 16 March 2017

All speakers accompanied by special guest Lord Martin Rees and chaired by Oliver Morton

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Poster of the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series Schedule Now Available to Download

Feb 08, 2017

The schedule for the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series is now available to download as a poster

UK must not cool stance on global warming

Feb 02, 2017

World-renowned British scientist Martin Rees has urged the UK government to prioritise global warming, and warns of the danger of not taking urgent action.

Westerners urged to reduce carbon footprint

Jan 31, 2017

Top UK climate scientist says global carbon emissions could be cut by a third within a year if well-off westerners changed their lifestyle.

Emily Shuckburgh coauthors new Climate Change book with Prince Charles

Jan 27, 2017

Hugh Hunt speaks to Emily about working with Prince Charles & the seriousness of tackling climate change.

Kevin Anderson gives Hugh Hunt a quick overview of his CCLS talk

Jan 14, 2017

Kevin Anderson introduces his key themes of how to stay within the safe limits of "well below 2ºC" as outlined in the Paris Agreement.

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Press Contacts

Sarah Collins: Cambridge University Communications; 01223 765542

Tony Eva: CCLS Founder; 07837 055139

Hugh Hunt: CCLS Chair; 07807 420594

Terry Macalister: CCLS Media; 07733 115529

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