The University of Surrey has run another in its Adam-Sweeting Lecture series.
The Adams-Sweeting Lecture series was created in honour of two of the University of Surrey’s most prestigious academics – Distinguished Professor of Physics, Alf Adams and Distinguished Professor of Space Engineering, Sir Martin Sweeting. The lecture sees experts, innovators and scientists deliver fascinating talks on pioneering developments in their area of expertise.
The latest lecture was titled:
HOW OUR LIVES NEED TO CHANGE TO DELIVER NET ZERO CARBON EMISSIONS
It was given by
Proffesor Dame Julia King, Baroness Brown of Cambridge
The lecture gave an overview of the dynamics of Global Warming and provided ideas as to how Global Warming could be managed in the future. Professor King also covered likely impact this would have on people.
The recording of event recording is now available, via the link below, for you to view on demand and to share with those who were unable to attend.
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