Dec 4th seminar: What do you think you are doing? A reflective conversation

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Thursday 4th December, 12 – 1.30pm, Management School LT6 Lancaster University with Judi Marshall, Prof of Leadership and Learning, Dept of Management Learning and Leadership, Lancaster University Management School What do you think you are doing? A reflective conversation initiated … Continue reading

Oct 30th seminar: Trial by media: the case for sustainability

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Thursday 30th October, 12 – 1.30pm, Charles Carter C37/40 Lancaster University with Gareth Reece PhD reesarcher HighWire DTC Trial by media: The case for sustainability Media coverage of sustainability is often said to simply reflect the views of the public. … Continue reading

LEC seminar 20th June: accelerated energy innovation & sustainable innovation studies

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Accelerated Energy Innovation and Sustainable Innovation Studies Friday 20th June, 2 – 3.30pm Training Room 1, Lancaster Environment Centre 3, Gordon Manley Building, Lancaster University Dr Mark Winksel, Edinburgh University ‘Accelerated energy innovation’ has become a prominent aspect of energy … Continue reading

May 1st seminar: socio-ecological urban development & technological food production

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Thursday 13th March, 12.-1.30pm, Charles Carter D38/41 Lancaster University with Vincent Walsh, MIRIAD Manchester Metropolitan University Advancing the boundaries of ecological urban systems Researcher-entrepreneur Vincent Walsh will present his action-led PhD research on biological (vermiculture and forest) urban systems. The research is … Continue reading

March 13 seminar: why language matters in environmental communication

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Thursday 13th March, 12.-1.30pm, Charles Carter C37/40 Lancaster University with Arran Stibbe and Paul Chilton Ecolinguistics – the search for new stories to live by.  Arran Stibbe, a reader in ecological linguistics at the University of Gloucestershire will give a whirlwind … Continue reading