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Cambridge Climate Lecture Series 2018

15 February - 15 March 2018 – Cambridge, UK


Cambridge Climate Frontline Programme 2018

Take a look at Gideon, finalist of the Cambridge Climate Frontline Programme 2018 and founder of Ghana Youth Environmental Movement (GYEM), diary and reflections on his and his team work on the development of a tool kit to communicate climate and environmental action using African traditional cultural values, beliefs and practices

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Chaired by Oliver Morton, Briefings Editor at The Economist and Award-Winning Science Writer and Author.

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#CCLS2018 Lecture 4: Resetting Our Relationship With Nature

Despite the progress symbolised by the Paris Agreement, global carbon emissions are not yet on track to stay within a safe limit for the world’s climate. However, we have never been better equipped to solve this problem, with regulators, businesses and consumers increasingly in sync and powerful technology creating a rare opportunity for systemic change.


#CCLS2018 Lecture 3: Satellite Observations for Climate Resilience and Sustainability

Presenter: Prof. Stephen Briggs, European Space Agency – ECSAT (European Centre for Space Applications and Telecommunications) & University of Cambridge


#CCLS2018 Lecture 2: Engaging Youth on Climate Change

Presenter: Renee Juliene Karunungan, Climate Tracker Time: February 22, 2018 – 19:30 UTC Location: Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College (Map) Reception (with eco-friendly sandwiches, snacks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks) to follow. Tickets: Not needed, space will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Watch the talk live online here

#CCLS2018 Lecture 1 - Loss & Damage by Saleemul Huq

'Loss and damage: Insights from the front lines in Bangladesh' will be the first of five lectures in the #CCLS2018 series. Saleemul Huq, Director of International Centre for Climate Change and Development, will share actions taking place in one of the most vulnerable countries in the world, Bangladesh, to tackle the impacts of climate change. No tickets needed - just show up or live-stream online. The lecture is free and places are granted on a first come, first served basis. A link to the live-stream will be posted on this website and on the Facebook and Twitter channels on the day of the lecture, so watch this space. Reception (with eco-friendly sandwiches, snacks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks) to follow. When: Feb. 15, 2018, 19:30 UTC at Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, University of Cambridge.

You can watch the recorded lecture here

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How rethinking land use and preserving natural carbon sinks is essential to bridge the emissions gap

Mar 07, 2018

Lisa Walker has been focused on the climate change issue for almost twenty years. Her mission today is democratise carbon markets in order to protect and restore the worlds natural carbon sinks. If successful, this plan could equate to a saving of around 37% of global emissions, whilst, as a by-product, establishing carbon markets the size of which we cannot yet conceive.

How to live-stream the lectures

Feb 08, 2018

Don't worry! We'll be posting a link to the live-stream here, as well as on Facebook and Twitter, on Feb. 15 - the day of the first lecture!

CCLS 2018 Poster Now Available!

Jan 27, 2018

The Cambridge Climate Lecture Series 2018 poster is now available for viewing and download. See you there on Thursdays at 19:30 between Feb. 15 and March 15. #CCLS2018


Jan 22, 2018

The Centre for Science and Policy and Christ's College present: Thinking creatively about climate change

Poster of the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series Schedule Now Available to Download

Feb 08, 2017

The schedule for the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series is now available to download as a poster



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