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Plastic Planet with Dr Claire Barlow, Department of Engineering

Plastic is hitting the headlines with stories about the devastating effect of plastic waste on the environment, with plastic packaging as a particular target. Single-use plastic packaging is now banned in some parts of the world: is this the right response?

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Larmor Lecture - Climate change and cascading risks

Mon 30 November 2020

Online

The Larmor Lecture by Professor Tim Benton Research Director – Emerging Risks, and Director – Energy, Environment and Resources Programme Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House.

This will be a video talk in a series of lectures to be hosted online. Organised by the Cambridge Philosophical Society in the Michaelmas Term 2020.

All video lectures are free to download and open to all who are interested, no booking required. For further information on when the lecture will be available online and how to download our lectures please visit the Society's website. http://www.cambridgephilosophicalsociety.org

Cost: free

Ages: 16+

Enquiries and booking

No need to book.

Open to all who are interested, no booking required.

Please note this will be a video lecture to be hosted online. All video lectures are free to download. For further information on how to download please visit the Society's website. http://www.cambridgephilosophicalsociety.org

Enquiries: Beverley Larner Website Email: philosoc@hermes.cam.ac.uk

Timing

Available on Demand

All times

Mon 30 November 2020 12:00AM - 12:01AM

Venue

Please note: the venue is to be confirmed

Open to all who are interested, no booking required.

Please note this will be a video lecture to be hosted online. All video lectures are free to download. For further information on when the lecture will be available online and how to download our lectures please visit the Society's website. http://www.cambridgephilosophicalsociety.org


Address: Online
Please note this will be a video lecture
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