Have you ever wondered about the impact of just a 0,5-degree increase in aggregate global temperature on our lives? Will we, within our capacity as humans, be able to prevent an ecological catastrophe? Learn about what our role in fighting climate change is and the global effort needed to be done in order to ensure the survival of our species. Find out more at the lunch lecture on the 1st of May:
On the 1st of May, we are honoured to host Dr Heleen de Coninck for a lunch lecture at Campus The Hague of Leiden University. Heleen is an associate professor in innovation studies at the Environmental Science department at Radboud University. She has worked for over ten years at the unit Policy Studies of the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN). Her main field of work is climate change mitigation and policy analysis, in particular at the international level and around technology development and transfer questions.
During her lecture, she will discuss some aspects of her research at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on Global Warming. Join us at the lecture, we will provide all attendees with a vegetarian sandwich. Be sure to register for the event: