Titles and speakers for 2021 I-SEE seminars are added to this page once they are confirmed.

2 February 2021: The World According to Physics, Prof Jim Al-Khalili OBE FRS, Journalist/Author | Surrey Distinguished Chair, Professor of Theoretical Physics and the Public Engagement in Science, Department of Physics, University of Surrey

16 February 2021: Ellen MacArthur Foundation (I-SEE / CSCT Seminar)

2 March 2021: HyNet: Delivering low carbon hydrogen at scale, Dr Christopher Manson-Whitton, Director, Progressive Energy Limited

16 March 2021: Dr David Joffe, Head of Carbon Budgets, Committee on Climate Change - ‘Why we must, and how we can, reach Net Zero emissions in the UK by 2050’

13 April 2021: Professor Patricia Thornley, Director of European Bioenergy Research Institute, Aston University - ‘Biomass and Bioenergy: a vital component of the UK’s green economy?’

27 April 2021: Professor William Scott, University of Bath & Dr Paul Vare, University of Gloucestershire - 'Learning, Environment and Sustainable Development: a history of ideas'

5 October 2021: Professor John Warner, Distinguished Research Fellow, Zymergen Corporation | Distinguished Professor of Green Chemistry, Monash University. Joint I-SEE / CSCT Seminar

19 October 2021: Professor Ed Hawkins, , Professor of Climate Science, NCAS-Climate, University of Reading

2 November 2021: Steven Day, Pure Planet

16 November 2021: Professor Pete Walker, Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, University of Bath - ‘Climate Action Framework’

30 November 2021: Dr Joanne Wade OBE, Chief Strategic Advisor, The Association for Decentralised Energy

7 December 2021: Peter White, CEO of Rethink Technology Research and Principal Analyst of Rethink Energy