Environmental Lecture Series, Spring 2007: Birkbeck, University of London
Free Public Lecture Series, Spring 2007 "Conservation and Sustainability"
It's Title? Living within our Environmental Limits Birkbeck.
Why Go? Join the debate. All welcome. Free admission.
Contact? e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 020 7485 7903,
When? All lectures are from 6.30 to 8.30 pm on successive Fridays. Doors open at 6.00pm.
9 February ‘Solving Global Warming?’
Professor Mark Maslin,
Director of University College London Environment Institute
16 February ‘Secure Energy and a Stable Climate – how possible is it?’
Professor Jim Skea OBE,
Research Director, UK Energy Research Centre
23 February ‘Balancing Water Resources and the Principles of Sustainable Development’
Trevor Bishop, Head of Water Resources Management,
2 March ‘Soils, Land Use and Development Policy’
Professor Mark Kibblewhite, Professor of Applied Soil Science and
Head of the Department of Natural Resources, Cranfield University
9 March ‘London's Waste Strategy: Problems and Solutions’
Peter Daw and Wayne Hubbard, Principal Policy Officers - Waste,
Greater London Authority
16 March ‘The Marine Bill: Cornucopia or Pandora’s Box?’
Dr Peter Jones, Lecturer, Dept of Geography, University College London
The Ecology and Conservation Studies Society welcomes new members.
Details of the Society and application forms will be available at the door, and are on our website at: http://www.bbk.ac.uk/ce/environment/
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