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6 February 2006
The full programme of lectures for the 4th Annual Lecture Series in Sustainable Development is as follows:8th February
From hardware to hygiene behaviour: an engineering odyssey into water and sanitation
Professor Sandy Cairncross, (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
A sustainable climate for the future: applying engineering skills to the challenge of climate change
Tom Delay (Chief Executive of the Carbon Trust)
Does resource extraction contribute to development?
Sir Mark Moody-Stuart (Chairman of Anglo American plc and former Chairman of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group)
Climate change, the end of oil and the necessity of sustainable development
Rt. Hon Michael Meacher MP (Former Minister of State for the Environment 1997-2003)
Flood risk management and sustainable development
Jean Venables OBE (Vice President of the Institution of Civil Engineers; Crane Environmental)
A science for sustainable living
Dr Fritjof Capra (Berkeley, California)
These are free public lectures and all are welcome.
Wednesday Evenings, 5:30 for 6:00 p.m
Lecture Room 0, Department of Engineering
More details can be found on the Centre for Sustainable Development website.
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