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The future for agricultural land use – productivity, environmental sustainability, and innovation

Thursday 17th September
Online
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Embedding the natural capital approach in planning and development

Thursday 17th September
Online
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Culture Night 2020 – Discover The Irish Architectural Archive

Friday 18th September
Online
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Financing place–based climate action – how to deliver a green and just recovery from COVID–19?

Friday 18th September
Online
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RSPB Woodlands for Climate and Nature

Tuesday 22nd September
Online
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Next steps for reducing food waste and plastic packaging – innovation and latest initiatives, responsibility and accountability, and priorities for policy

Tuesday 22nd September
Online
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How to live sustainably – one object at a time with Dr Tara Shine

Wednesday 30th September
Online
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Local climate praxis: bridging the gap between theory and practice on local

Wednesday 30th September
Online
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Past Matters: Climate Emergency and Action

Tuesday 17 November 2020 - 18/11/20

Online

The Past Matters event is being organised as part of Culture x Climate 2020, a virtual global forum for arts, culture and heritage. The purpose of the event is to focus on the intersections between cultural heritage and climate action within the QUB School of Natural and Built Environment (SNBE), highlight relevant projects and explore ways to raise ambition in the future. The event will be interdisciplinary, with participants from architecture, civil engineering, planning, geography, archaeology and palaeoecology and will be run remotely. It will be open to 100 attendees, both from within and outside QUB. Speakers will include investigators from projects working in the area of climate heritage including Dr Ryan Rabett, Dr Wes Flannery and Dr Will Megarry. Discussion will include a cross–disciplinary panel of experts on sustainability, start cities, climate literacy and vulnerability/ resilience preparation.