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Professor Robert Nicholls & Professor Patrick James -Consequences and Behaviour: 2 talks showcasing Clean Carbon research Event

Origin: 
Clean Carbon
coast
Time:
15:00 - 17:00
Date:
18 May 2016
Venue:
Building 58/1067, Highfield Campus

For more information regarding this event, please email Frances Clarke at fmc@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Professor Robert Nicholls: ‘Mitigating and adapting to climate change in coastal areas: what can we do?’ AND Professor Patrick James: ‘Technologies to allow behaviour change to save energy - the APERIO project’ An event to examine consequences and behaviour in the area of research addressing the threat posed by the increase in atmospheric carbon. There will be tea and cakes and plenty of chance to network. The event is free and everyone is welcome but we would be grateful if you could register your attendance so that we can gauge the catering.

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What will ensure energy efficiency in non-domestic buildings?

Programme

 

  • 15.00 – Tea/coffee and cakes
  • 15.15 – Welcome and introduction from the Chair of Clean Carbon, Dr Lindsay-Marie Armstrong
  • 15.25 – Professor Robert Nicholls: ‘Mitigating and adapting to climate change in coastal areas: what can we do?’
  • 15.50 – Professor Patrick James: ‘Technologies to allow behaviour change to save energy - the APERIO project’
  • 16.20 – Break
  • 16.30 – Panel Q & A: Professor Robert Nicholls, Professor Patrick James, Dr Milena Büchs and Dr Sally Brown 
  • 16.50 – Refreshments and Networking
  • 17.00 – Close

 

 

 

Speaker information

Robert Nicholls,Professor of Coastal Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment

Patrick James,Professor of Energy and Buildings, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment

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