The aim of this panel is to identify the key uses of law in addressing climate change, from its strength as a grassroots tool of action to its effectiveness at challenging governmental and global structures of power. Can law create the world we want to live in? Featuring Client Earth CEO, Laura Clarke OBE, UNFCCC Negotiator Binyam Yakob Gebreyes, Senior Counsel at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Vesselina Haralampieva and a youth representative from Plan B Earth.
The Fossil Free Research campaign asks the University of Cambridge to cut ties with fossil fuel companies and stop accepting research funding from them. Join us for a facilitated discussion to learn about why this is important and what a Fossil Free Cambridge might look like. There will be a short talk, panel discussion, and audience Q&A, followed by the opportunity to stay and discuss fossil free research in more depth. This is a Cambridge Climate Society and Cambridge Climate Justice partnership event hosted by Clare Politics.
This will be held in the Elton-Bowring Room in Clare College at 18:30 until 19:30 on 3rd of February 2023.
Following last term's success, we are returning with another vegan cooking class this term. Join us for some vegan cooking tips , delicious food and great company this February 8th in Downing Place Eco Church.
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.