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Friday, January 12, 2007

LSE Environment Week Events

After their successful "Climate Change" related week of events last year, the students at London School Of Economics are holding another series of meetings with interesting speakers for their "Environment Week". I post a list of their meetings below for anyone able to get along to the venues in London.

MONDAY JANUARY 15TH, 6pm, New Theatre

Environment Question Time



SPEAKERS: Colin Challen MP, Labour Party

George Galloway MP, RESPECT

Jenny Jones AM, Green Party

Tim Yeo MP, Conservative Party



TUESDAY JANUARY 16TH, 6pm, U8 (Tower 1)

Animal Testing: Necessary Cruelty or Cruelly Unnecessary?



SPEAKERS: Dr. Kathy Archibald, Europeans for Medical Progress Trust

Dr. Margaret Clotworthy, Europeans for Medical Progress Trust

Iain Simpson, Pro-Test Campaign

Prof. John Stein, Oxford University



WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17TH, 2pm, G1

Spirituality, Religion and the Environment: Faith in the Planet?



SPEAKERS: Jo Abbess, Christian Ecology Link

Mizan Choudhry, Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences



WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17TH, 6pm, D202

Communities of the Amazon and Environmental Protection:

The Experience of the Brazilian NGO NAPRA



SPEAKER: Paula Moreira, Legal Coordinator, NAPRA



WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17TH, 8pm, Quad

Film Showing: Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth



THURSDAY JANUARY 18TH, 4.30pm, New Theatre

The Kyoto Protocol and Opportunities for Sustainable Development:

Brazil's Plantar Projects



SPEAKER: Fábio Marques, Carbon Projects Manager, The Plantar Group



THURSDAY JANUARY 18TH, 6pm, New Theatre

The Beaver Event: How Does the Media's Representation of Global Warming Shape Public Opinion?



SPEAKER: Dr. Greg Garrard, Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE-UK)



FRIDAY JANUARY 19TH, 2pm, S50

Small Is Beautiful: Practical Solutions to Global Problems


SPEAKERS: Angelique Orr, Practical Action

Matt Sellwood, Climate Outreach Information Network (COIN)

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