Friday 14 January 2022, 10:00am to 1:00pm
VenueOnline through MS Teams
Open toAll Lancaster University (non-partner) students, Postgraduates, Staff, Undergraduates
RegistrationRegistration not required - just turn up
Celebrating Lancaster Environment Centre researchers focused on the "next steps": those studying the next steps for peoples and societies, and those taking their next step in project development. Keynote address from Dr Paul Young “The Montreal Protocol: An unintentionally successful climate treaty"
Opening at 10:00 UK time
Next steps for peoples and societies - Watch the video: Session 1 - Winter Conference 2022
- Dr Nadia von Benzon - "Baby steps: Creating spaces of solidarity and working with storied data"
- Dr Shane Rothwell of RePhoKUs - “Stepping through scales of food system phosphorus management”
- Dr Malika Mezeli - Building the legacy of the STARS (Soils Training and Research Studentships) CDT
Next steps in project development - Watch the video: Session 2 - Winter Conference 2022
- Prof Ian Dodd - "Beyond RECIRCULATE"
- Prof Elizabete Carmo-Silva - "RIPE: progress and future"
- Dr Rachel Marshall & Dr Andy Yuille - "Rurban Revolution and Hopespots to QUENCH"
Dr Paul Young - “The Montreal Protocol: An unintentionally successful climate treaty"
The Montreal Protocol halted ozone depletion and is a great environmental success story. Here Dr Paul Young will answer what might have happened in its absence, why we care and what it means for climate. Developing from his 2021 publication in the journal Nature: The Montreal Protocol protects the terrestrial carbon sink.
Watch the video: LEC Seminar Online 2022-01-14 Dr Paul Young
As at our last in-person Winter Conference in 2020, we were planning to hold an in-person lunch featuring food and catering that met our sustainability commitments. Unfortunately, in light of the critical incident declared by our local NHS Foundation Trust, we have taken the decision to cancel this element of the conference. The Teams meeting will instead remain open for anyone that wants to chat informally and socially after the formal programme.