Tyndall Conference in Liverpool on Shipping in Changing #climate (s). 18th and 19th June

Jokes about the ship hitting the fan aside, this will probably be interesting, frustrating, depressing and useful. Anyone who goes and does an event report for MCFly will get a big splodgy kiss… Please forward details (of the conference, not the kiss) on to anyone who you think would be interested .

SHIPPING IN CHANGING CLIMATES: PROVISIONING THE FUTURE

18th and 19th June 2014, Hilton Hotel, Liverpool, UK

We are pleased to announce that the final programme is now available for the Shipping in Changing Climates: provisioning the future conference which will take place on 18th and 19th June 2014, at the Hilton Hotel in Liverpool.

Registration is open plus we are hosting a conference dinner and reception at the Hilton Hotel on 18th June.  Registration for the conference and conference dinner is available here

Keynote presentations will include speakers from the International Chamber of Shipping, Lloyd’s Register, the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, Shell and CE Delft.  In addition to keynotes, the conference will include presentation topics ranging from fuels of the future, alternative methods of propulsion, to policy implications and challenges.

We would be extremely grateful if you would pass this e-mail onto any colleagues who might be interested in attending the conference.

Places for both the conference and dinner are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.

Please do not hesitate to contact me, or check www.tyndall.manchester.ac.uk, if you would like any further information.

Best wishes

 

Amrita Sidhu

Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research

School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering

Room H1-E, Pariser Building

The University of Manchester

Sackville Street, M13 9PL

0161 306 3700

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