Sustainable Earth 2016 – 23 and 24 June 2016, Plymouth University
Sustainable Earth 2016 is an event for researchers, businesses, community groups and individuals to come together for two days of inspirational speakers, networking opportunities and creative workshops designed to spark and encourage collaborations for a sustainable Earth.
Why attend Sustainable Earth 2016?
- Chaired by Professor Iain Stewart, Director of Sustainable Earth Institute.
- Keynote speakers include: Sir Mark Walport (UK Government Chief Scientist), Wendy Darke (BBC Natural History Unit), Craig Bennett (CEO, Friends of the Earth), and Anthony Hobley (CEO, Carbon Tracker).
- Hear from leading organisations including Salvation Army, Environment Agency, Plymouth Energy Community, Westcountry Rivers Trust, Langage Farm, University of Iceland and Plymouth University.
- Discuss ideas and thoughts with top researchers and organisations in a marketplace breakout session.
- Take part in reflective activities including a visit to a solar farm, workshops with globally renowned researchers and a tour through the universe.
- Network with individuals, companies and organisations over a buffet lunch and evening meal.
- Listen to poet, Matt Harvey and musical delights, The Q-dettes.
Find out more including a full agenda, list of speakers and booking information on the website: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/research/institutes/sustainable-earth/sustainable-earth-2016