Date & time

Wed, 23 Jun 2021
13:00 - 15:45



Ticket price

Online £8 + VAT* *Plus one complimentary staff ticket per ten students

About this day

Climate change impacts just about every aspect of our lives and will determine the societies of the future. Using the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as a blueprint for how we want the world to look, we will welcome experts to not only discuss the impact of climate change, but to show us the options for developing a more sustainable world. We will explore economics, science, infrastructure and society as we look to the future and discover the ways the next generation can enact real change.

Join us for a wide-ranging and fascinating half-day programme and discover how the world could look in 2050 with your input!

Programme & speakers

How Do Natural Processes Influence the Earth’s Climate and How Do We Know? Chris Jackson, University of Manchester

Geoscientist Chris Jackson guides us through the geological record of climate change, and the implications this has for the Earth’s future climate and habitability.

Chris Jackson

About Chris Jackson

Professor Christopher Jackson is Chair in Sustainable Geoscience at the University of Manchester. When not studying rocks and the ways in which they deform, Chris gives geoscience lectures to the general public and in schools. Chris is actively engaged in efforts to improve equality, diversity, and inclusivity in Earth Science in particular, and Higher Education in general.