Our future planet - What did & did not happen at Copenhagen

Staff, students and the general public are invited to a lecture on Wednesday 17 March when two experts will discuss ‘what happens next for us and our planet’.

Anil Markandya is Professor of Economics at the University of Bath.

He is the Scientific Director of the Basque Centre for climate change and in 2007 he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore.

Karl Jaeger is an educator, writer and artist.

He is co-founder of Our Future Planet, an online community that allows you to share ideas, design the future and create global change in the real world.

Our Future Planet was developed in 2006 and established as a charity in 2008.

The lecture will take place at 6.15pm in Lecture Theatre 2 East 3.1, University of Bath. Entry is free and no tickets are required. Just turn up on the evening.

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