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Energy Week 2008
Energy Saving Week is an Energy Saving Trust campaign which is taking place from the 20th - 26th October 2008. We will therefore be running a similar Energy Saving Week here at the University of Exeter in support of the national event. The week will provide an overview of the issues relating to energy efficiency, the positive action that individuals can take to save energy as well as details of energy related research activities at the University.
For the full programme of events please see the Exeter Events tab above,
The following are some of the key events happening during the week:
Hard Rain Exhibition
Climate change, poverty, habitat loss, human rights… Hard Rain explores the issues that are defining the 21st century. It is a powerful and thought provoking outdoor photographic exhibition created by Mark Edwards that has toured the globe and has been commented on by numerous world leaders. The exhibition will be on display every day outside the library on the Streatham Campus.
Reviews of Hard Rain:
Hard Rain books will be available from the University Bookshop (Streatham Campus) and the Energy Road Show in Queens on Friday 24th October.
Hard Rain Gig
Six Figures and Revhammer will be performing a range of songs with an environmental theme, including Bob Dylan’s Hard Rain. Entry is FREE if you pledge to save energy before the gig. Visit any of the Energy Team Road Shows to make your pledges and get your ticket. Pledges can also be made on the night, but entry will be £3.
Energy Team Road Show
Godfrey Whitehouse (Energy Manager) and Karen Gallagher (Sustainability Manager) will be available at lunch times during Energy Saving Week to let you know what is being done at the University to reduce energy consumption and to provide advice and information on how to save energy at home and at work.
The Energy Fair is an opportunity to get hold of energy saving freebies as well as have a chat with specialists who can give advice on home energy efficiency. There will be a range of organisations exhibiting who can provide information on energy issues and climate change which include:
A suite of seminars are scheduled for 5 pm from Monday to Thursday. These will showcase current research and thinking relating to energy use and climate change. A free glass of wine or juice will be available for each visitor
The University of Exeter, The Queen’s Drive, Exeter, Devon, UK EX4 4QJ
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