Our high-profile seminar series has attracted well-known speakers from universities, industry, and government on topics ranging from fracking to population growth.
Prior discussions and afternoon tea will be served in the Wessex Restaurant from 16:00 to 16:25.
Seminars start at 16:30 and are held in 8 West 3.22 Lecture Theatre. Download a campus map.
I-SEE seminars are free and open for all to attend.
Upcoming I-SEE seminars:
- 'How can the UK transition to an affordable, secure and sustanable energy system? - Andrew Haslett, Chief Engineer, Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) - Tuesday 3 February 2015
- 'Is there a better future for UK agriculture?' - Cate Le Grice Mack - Tuesday 17 February 2015
- Mike Barry, Director of Sustainable Business, Marks and Spencer - Tuesday 3 March 2015
- 'Ecotricity's Energy Outlook' - Asif Rehmanwals, Wholesale Director, Ecotricity - 17 March 2015
- 'Thinking The Twenty-First Century: ideas for the new political economy', Professor Malcolm McIntosh, Sustainable Enterprise, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia - 14 April 2015
- 'Electric Logic & Electric Love: Driving Sustainable Attitudes in the quest for Sustainable Consumption', Professor Pierre McDonagh (University of Bath) and Diane Martin (Aalto University Finland) - 28 April 2015
- Professor Richard Pancost, Director of the Cabot Institute, University of Bristol - 29 September 2015
- Professor John Loughhead, DECC Chief Scientific Advisor - 13 October 2015
- Professor Michael Finus, University of Bath, Head of Economics - 27 October 2015
- Councillor David Martin, Member Champion for Energy and Climate Change - 10 November 2015
- 24 November 2015 - Speaker tbc
- 8 December 2015 - Speaker tbc