Marlburian Monday – Diana Fox Carney (SU 1981-83) ‘Climate Change: Progress to Date & Challenges Ahead’
The first Marlburian Monday talk of the new year, entitled ‘Climate Change: Progress to Date and Challenges Ahead’ will be given by Diana Fox Carney (SU 1981-83) at 8pm on Monday 17th January.
Diana is a widely respected expert on global climate and energy policy. She has held leadership roles in think tanks and convening organisations in Canada and the UK and works with both NGOs and the private sector. She will be joined by Amy Paterson (LI 2008-10) who works for SYSTEMIQ, a systems change company that partners with business, finance, policy-makers, and civil society to make economic systems truly sustainable.
Diana and Amy will discuss the current climate situation; the advancements being made as well as the challenges ahead. This will be followed by an opportunity for audience members to ask questions.
To join us for this talk, you will need to make sure you have signed up to Zoom and then, on the night, follow the link in the email we sent you. If you have not received the link, please email us here to request it.
Once again, we will be recording the talk and posting it on the website for those who are unable to attend. If you would like to watch any of the previous talks, please click here.
Finally, if you have ideas for a talk or would like to give one yourself then please contact Fiona Cottrill.