15 Feb 2007All dayScott Polar Research Institute

Description

Debating the Evidence: Climate Change

Film and Discussion

 

 

15-16 February 2007
Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge

What are the costs of climate change – economic, social, human, and environmental? How can the effects of climate change be mitigated or reversed, and what can be done to heighten public awareness? Scientists and artists, economists and environmentalists, come together to debate the scientific evidence and the policy implications in the third of the CRASSH series Debating the Evidence. A range of experts drawn from economics, environmental policy, energy, meteorology, atmospheric modelling, architecture, and the arts will debate the complex issues surrounding climate change and the implications for our global future. The day conference, consisting of presentations and debate, will be preceded by film excerpts from Art from a Changing Arctic with a discussion led by David Buckland, director of the Cape Farewell Project.

Thursday 15 February at 5.00pm
David Buckland
Excerpts from the film, Art from a Changing Arctic, and discussion

Friday 16 February
Debating the Evidence: Climate Change

Speakers include:



Cameron Hepburn (University of Oxford)

Paul Ekins (Policy Studies Institute)

Chris Mottershead (PB Advisor on Energy and the Environment, BP)

Brian Hoskins (Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution, Reading)

John Pyle (University of Cambridge)

Chris Rapley (British Antarctic Survey)

Koen Steemers (Martin Centre, Cambridge)

David Buckland (Cape Farewell Project)

Mike Hulme (Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research)

Michael Bravo (Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge)

Duncan Wingham (Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling, UCL)

Myles Allen (University of Oxford)

David Newbery (University of Cambridge)

CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN THE ARTS, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

Tel: +44 1223 766886
Email enquiries@crassh.cam.ac.uk