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Teach-In for Climate Justice at Birkbeck

Venue: Online

Join colleagues from across Birkbeck for an afternoon of mini-talks and converations about climate change. We will be exploring how climate change and environmental issues intersect our diverse research and professional activities, and connect us all.

This event is part of the Worldwide Teach-In, a project of the Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College in New York, USA, in conjunction with partners worldwide and the Open Society University Network

The afternoon will feature the following sessions, all online:

12pm-1pm: Climate Futures with Kezia Barker (Geography), Kai Heron (Politics) and Kayleigh Woods Harley (Birkbeck Climate Network).

1pm-2pm: Communicating Climate Change with Data with Phil Hopley (Earth and Planetary Sciences), Joel McKim (Film, Media and Cultural Studies) and George Roussos (Computer Science and Information Systems).

2pm-3pm: Climate, Culture and Heritage with Becky Briant (Geography), Luciana Martins (Languages, Cultures and Applied Linguistics) and Lesley McFadyen (History, Classics and Archaeology).

3pm-4pm: Break (no session)
4pm-5pm: Food Systems and Global Climate Justice with Alex Colas (Politics), Jason Edwards (Politics), Kalpana Wilson (Geography) and Fred Yamoah (Management).

5pm-6pm: Climate Change, Water and Coasts with Mike Bintley (English, Theatre and Creative Writing), Sue Brooks (Geography) and Caroline Edwards (English, Theatre and Creative Writing).

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