Global Futures - From Texas to Lancaster: Challenges with Food, Water, and Fracking

Friday 20 September 2019, 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Venue

LEC Training Rooms 1 + 2 - View Map

Open to

Alumni, Applicants, External Organisations, Postgraduates, Prospective Students, Public, Staff, Undergraduates

Registration

Free to attend - registration required

Registration Info

For catering purposes please confirm your attendance to isf@lancaster.ac.uk

Event Details

From Texas to Lancaster: Challenges with Food, Water, and Fracking

Join panels from both Lancaster and Baylor (Texas) to discuss the challenges of our current ecological crisis.

This Global Futures Event will be live streaming with Baylor University as part of the Ecology and Religion in 19th Century Studies Conference. Activists and academics based in the two major regions linked by this conference (Texas, North West England) will explore issues of environmental challenge and justice, including healthy/sustainable food, water quality and use, and the impacts of hydraulic fracturing. The discussion will also consider how religion and spirituality could inform approaches to these problems.

Moderator: Andy Tate (Lancaster University)

• Sarah Donaldson (Small World Consulting)

• Gordon Blair (Lancaster University)

• Smith Getterman (Baylor University)

• Caroline Jackson (Lancaster City Council)

• Ryan McManamay (Baylor University)

• Doug Nesmith (Baylor University)

• Joe Yelderman (Baylor University)

Agenda:Round table (around 1 hour)

Q &A

Wine, cheese and nibbles

Contact Details

Name Louise Bush
Email

l.bush@lancaster.ac.uk

Telephone number

+44 1524 593350

Website

https://sites.baylor.edu/ecologyreligion/compsched920/