Upcoming Events

The CCS team are currently preparing their events for Easter 2023.

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Take a look at the events that happened in Michaelmas 2022 here.

CCS Book Club

How's the reading going? We'll be meeting on March 1st to discuss Jason Hickel's 'Less is More: How Degrowth Will Save The World'. We'll discuss the book at 6:30pm at the Murray Edwards MCR - meet then at the Porter's Lodge! There will be treats and tea (please email any dietary requirements).  Bring your book!  The event will be super informal - we'll discuss the book and more broadly themes such as climate change, capitalism, our current economic system, and a potential future where degrowth allows for a sustainable future. We will follow up with emails for those who have signed up!

Conversation with Kumi Naidoo

Join us for one of our biggest speaker events of the year with author and internationally renowned human rights and environmental activist, Kumi Naidoo.

Kumi has previously held roles as the International Executive Director of Greenpeace International, Secretary General of Amnesty International and is the Founding Chair of Africans Rising.

The event will include an in-depth discussion and Q&A on Kumi's four decades in activism, the use of the arts in communicating climate issues, youth engagement and more.


Careers in Climate Event

Interested in a career in climate? Want your future career to make a difference to our planet’s future? Learn more about climate careers, connect with climate professionals, and build your network at our Careers in Climate event. We will have a great lineup of professionals from UK-based climate companies in growing sectors like climate finance, consulting, and technology.

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Student Research Discussion Night

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Cambridge Climate Society is hosting its first Student Research Discussion night on 15th February in the David Attenborough Building. This event will give you the unique opportunity to learn more about climate change related research being carried out by fellow students in the University. Presentations will be followed by a meet and mingle to network and discuss shared topics of interest.

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