All seminars are currently being delivered via Zoom and a link will be sent out shortly before each event. If you are not currently on the GSI mailing list and would like to attend, please email infoGSI@exeter.ac.uk. Likewise if you would like to be a part of the GSI community please register here.
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GSI Policy Reading Group meetings take place every other Tuesday at 15.30. In the series, we discuss a policy-relevant paper or policy proposal. Each speaker chooses a paper, and decides how to kick-start the discussion, for example by giving a 15-min presentation. The rest of the time is dedicated to discussion. Please contact Femke Nijsse (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Agile Rabbit delivers events about issues that matter: ideas, global affairs, and the natural and scientific world. See their website for more information.
The Women in Climate (WiC) network host regular events.
Positive tipping points to net zero and how to finance them - an event hosted by GSI at London Climate Action Week 2020
An interactive discussion that explores the positive tipping points for climate action and the role of finance in tilting the scales back in the Earth's favour. Professor Tim Lenton, Director GSI, presents his theory of positive tipping points and how the finance sector can help to accelerate these; we hear from representatives of companies disrupting entire markets about how finance could more effectively help them; and a panel of experts from the finance sector and the event audience co-create the 3 best ways the sector can contribute towards positive tipping points. See event webpage
Build Back Better; how do we create a more sustainable, resilient and inclusive society following the COVID pandemic?
Free online panel discussion with University of Exeter experts and external practitioners. Recording available here.
Lovelock Centenary conference
In July 2019 a special conference was hosted by GSI at the University of Exeter to celebrate the 100th birthday of James Lovelock. The programme and all talks, including an interview with James Lovelock himself, can be found on the conference website.