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Centre for Earth and Environmental Science Research

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Past Lectures

Where is UK food policy heading? Into shock or green pastures?
The lecture slides are available here

Date: 04 December 2013 at 16.30-17.30
Venue: Clattern Lecture Theatre, Penrhyn Road Main Building 0012
Speaker: Prof Tim Lang, City University

Meteorites and the origin of the Solar System

Date: 21 November 2012 at 16.30-17.30
Venue: Clattern Lecture Theatre, Penrhyn Road Main Building 0012
Speaker: Prof Sara Russell, Natural History Museum


Arctic scrambles? The contemporary geopolitics of the Arctic

Date: 23 November 2011 at 17.30-18.30
Venue: Sopwith Lecture Theatre, Penrhyn Road
Speaker: Prof Klaus Dodds, Royal Holloway, University of London


Land of Promise: Meeting our land use needs up to 2060

Source: http://www.bis.gov.uk/foresight/our-work/projects/published-projects/land-use-futures

Date: 24 November 2010 at 17.30-18.30
Venue: Sopwith Lecture Theatre, Penrhyn Road
Speaker: Prof Mark Tewdwr-Jones, University College London

From one industrial revolution to the next: Is it possible to limit average global temperature rise to within 2?C of mid 18th Century levels?

Date: 02 December 2009 at 17.30-18.30
Venue: Roberts Lecture Theatre, Penrhyn Road
Speaker: Nick Riley MBE, British Geological Survey

Un-natural hazards: the cultural geology of risk

Date: 26 November 2008 at 17.30-18.30
Venue: Roberts Lecture Theatre, Penrhyn Road
Speaker: Prof Iain Stewart, University of Plymouth

Associated Research Groups

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Awards for Geology graduates

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