Climate change is something that affects all of us, and the recent IPCC report into the impact of a 1.5°C future has shaken up thinking about climate change. With our children taking to the streets to protest governments’ lack of action, May’s Impact Wednesday will focus on climate change and how we can work together for a 1.5°C future. Hosted by the British Antarctic Survey, we’ll hear from scientists at the cutting edge of scientific research about the topic, as well as women working to make an impact on climate change. With our regular networking opportunities and the opportunity to make a plan about your impact on climate change, this event is not to be missed.
This Sustainability seminar is co-organised by the Women at BAS Group and the Impact Women’s Network. The event will be held on the 1st of May, starting at 9am, and ending at 11am. Registration for this free event is available through Eventbrite.
Our speakers include BAS Scientist Louise Sime; Zarine Jacob together with Yewande Okulele, both from the Human Conductivity Institute; as well as Bettina Von Stamm from the Innovation Leadership Forum.
For more information on the Impact Women’s Network please look here .