Tickets released for CPRE Norfolk’s Annual Lecture – Life at the Edge

29th April 2021

Join us at 5.45pm on Thursday 20th May 2021 for CPRE Norfolk’s Annual Lecture ‘Life at the Edge’ – a fascinating talk on climate change delivered by Asher Minns, Director of the UEA Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.

This exciting virtual lecture will be streamed online via Zoom.

Find out what challenges lie ahead as we emerge from coronavirus restrictions to face up to what must be done to tackle climate change.

What opportunities has the global pandemic presented?
How can we harness these to make a difference for Norfolk?
What changes should we make to our lifestyles to reduce demands on fragile resources?

Join our online lecture to find out from leading climate expert Asher Minns what climate change means for Norfolk and what we as individuals can do.

Asher’s role at the Norwich Tyndall Centre is to engage non-experts and people outside academia with knowledge and information about climate change. Asher is keen to understand public values – what people are concerned about – and to open a two-way dialogue to help people feel less powerless and develop ways to respond positively. There will be plenty of time after the lecture for questions from the audience.

Tickets for this exciting virtual event are FREE, but must be booked in advance using the button below.

Click here to book tickets

The Zoom link which you will be sent will allow you to attend both CPRE Norfolk’s AGM which will precede the lecture at 5pm, and the Annual Lecture.
If you wish just to attend the Annual Lecture please join the meeting at 5.45pm

 

Su Waldron
A footpath alongside a hedgerow and farmland in the Norfolk countryside