6 lunchtime talks to help us live more sustainably

soil and plant

Throughout February and March, Green Impact Sheffield and academics and PhD scholars from the Grantham Centre for Sustainable futures bring us a collection of engaging and interactive lunchtime talks designed to give you the knowledge and skills needed to bring about a more sustainable world.

This year the talks will focus on soil and the world beneath our feet. They will explore how soil forms the foundation of many aspects of our lives and how it is vital to a sustainable future, covering a broad range of topics from major policy decisions, to artificial soil in refugee camps, to alternative farming techniques.

Sustainability Skills & Education (SusSEd) 2019

From the unintended consequences of single issue environmentalism with Professor Duncan Cameron to the natural history of the PET bottle with Professor Tony Ryan.

All talks from 12.10 - 1pm

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