Ideas, engagement and action

Come and take part in activities across campus as part of Global Climate Change Week 2018. Engage with the University community on climate change action at these free events.

Schedule of events

Monday 15

Fossil Fuel Divestment

Time: 6.15pm

Location: 8W2.30

As part of Global Climate Change Week, People and Planet is organising a workshop to understand the challenges of fossil free finance.

Tuesday 16

Chemicals from Alcohol and CO2

Time: 4.30pm

Location: 8W3.32

I-SEE Seminar by Dr Matthew Jones (Department of Chemistry)

Food Waste Realities

Time: 6.15pm

Location: 8W3.22

Meet and Hear Trewin Restorick (CEO of Hubbub), Jeff Davison (Distributive Sales Manager, Unilever) and Tim Rawlings (B&NES Council)

Wednesday 17

Trial of Daisy the Cow

Time: 2.15pm

Location: 4E3.38

Political theatre by Peter Harper (Natural Science)

Thursday 18

The Psychology of Climate Change

Time: 11.15am

Location: 1W2.03

Lecture by Caroline Hickman (Social and Policy Sciences)

Friday 19

The many faces of denial

Time: 9.15am

Location: CB4.6

Lecture by Prof Paul Hoggett (University of the West of England and Climate Psychology Alliance)

Environment: climate change and inequality

Time: 9.15am

Location: CB5.12

Lecture by Dr Michael Bloomfield (Social and Policy Sciences)

Sunday 21

Catastrophe or Transformation? Being a Therapist in a time of Climate Change: Science meets Psychology

Time: 10am-4pm

Location: Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling, BA1 1HD

One day conference with Caroline Hickman (Social and Policy Sciences) and Peter Harper (Natural Science)

Want to turn ideas into actions?

Get involved and join the COP21 Implementation group if you are a University staff member. If you are a student, join People and Planet, Bath Sustainability Postgrads or get involved with Student Switch Off. Also, see how the University is reducing its carbon emissions on campus and in student accommodations.