Centre for Environment and Sustainability

Events

Listed below are future seminars and events in the Centre for Environment and Sustainability. Details of past seminars and events are available on our archive page.

Lectures & seminars

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  • Thursday 16 Feb. 2017

P3 Connect: Mark Gough - Natural Capital Coalition

Seminar

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  • Thursday 16 Feb. 2017

P3Connect: Mark Gough - Natural Capital Coalition

We are pleased to announce another event in our series of talks called P3Connect where we invite industry experts to share their experiences and insights in sustainability.

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  • Tuesday 23 May. 2017

  • Wednesday 24 May. 2017

EdieLive in Birmingham

The Energy / Sustainability / Resource Efficiency show

Lecture • Seminar

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  • Tuesday 23 May. 2017

  • Wednesday 24 May. 2017

NEC Birmingham

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  • Wednesday 05 Jul. 2017

Annual EngD/PDS Conference & CES@25 Celebration

The Centre for Environment and Sustainability is pleased to invite you to register for our annual combined Sustainability for Engineering and Energy Systems (SEES) EngD and Practitioner Doctorate in Sustainability (PDS) Conference, followed by an intimate celebration of CES@25 years.

Lecture • Lectures & seminars

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  • Thursday 06 Jul. 2017

The 12th George E. Davis Lecture

The Institution of Chemical Engineers is pleased to announce that the leading thinker on sustainability and industrial ecology issues, Professor Roland Clift CBE, has been confirmed as the recipient of the 12th George E. Davis Medal.

International • Lecture • Networking

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  • Thursday 02 Nov. 2017

CES Annual Roland Clift Lecture Series presents Johan Rockström - World Development Within Planetary Boundaries

The Centre for Environment & Sustainability (CES) and the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) are delighted to invite you to join us for the Annual Roland Clift Lecture which is presented this year by Professor Johan Rockström of the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University. Professor Rockström's lecture is entitled 'World Development Within Planetary Boundaries'.

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