Category Archives: academia

Upcoming event: “Consumption-based emissions and #climate mitigation policy” seminar, #Manchester 8 May

So, at 4pm next Weds, 8 May, there’s this seminar- “Consumption-based emissions and climate mitigation policy”. Dr Scott says “there are additional policy opportunities when we consider embodied emissions and reducing demand for materials and products in ways policy currently … Continue reading

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PhD opportunity: The Social Lives of Batteries and New Energy Materials

Hello Manchester Climate people – some of you will know students and wannabe students who might be interested in this – do pass it on to them!   The Social Lives of Batteries and New Energy Materials 3 year, fully … Continue reading

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Upcoming event: Australia’s #climate policy debacle & wider lessons. #Manchester Thurs 28 March #Tyndall

Another Tyndall Centre seminar! Tyndall Manchester invite you to attend the next talk in our seminar series “Enacting inertia”: The Australian climate policy debacle and its global relevance by Marc Hudson, on Thursday 28th March (room C21, Pariser Building, Sackville Street) at 1.00pm. “Enacting inertia”: The Australian … Continue reading

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Interview with Rebecca Willis about politicians and #climate change

On Thursday 28 February, Dr Rebecca Willis of Lancaster University is presenting her recent research at a Tyndall Manchester seminar. (details here). She has kindly agreed to an email interview – here it is, unedited. 1. In a nutshell, please … Continue reading

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Youth participation in international #climate negotiations – interview with Harriet Thew

Harriet Thew is a PhD Researcher at the University of Leeds. Her research focuses on youth participation in climate change governance. She kindly agreed to an interview (for the perspectives of young people – see this interview with Emma Greenwood, … Continue reading

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Upcoming Event: Blood Bricks: Untold Stories of Modern Slavery and #Climate Change from Cambodia #Manchester 20 Feb

The Global Development Institute is pleased to host Prof Kate Brickell as part of the GDI Lecture Series, talking about: Blood Bricks: Untold Stories of Modern Slavery and Climate Change from Cambodia Cambodia is in the midst of a construction … Continue reading

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Further details on Colin Barker funeral

This below just in from the email account  rememberingcolinbarker@gmail.com If you have any questions about the funeral etc, please contact them.   Dear family, comrades and friends of Colin We write today to invite you, and all who would like to attend, to Colin Barker’s funeral and wake. You … Continue reading

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