In 2019, the University of Lincoln declared a climate emergency. As a result of this, we committed to work with our local community to utilise education and research in order to reduce our environmental footprint.
As a key focus of this commitment we have devised a series of virtual seminars, open to the public, to share insight into the wide-ranging impacts of climate change and illustrate potential solutions.
Take a look at the upcoming talks below. You can watch the sessions live at the time, or catch up with them at a later date by visiting the College of Science YouTube channel.
|Climate Change and the Shared Futures of Business and Society - Professor Ted Fuller and Dr Claire May||31 March||11:00am - 12:00pm||Watch Online|
Professor Hanna is a Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society and is the World Meteorological Organization/World Climate Research Programme representative on the Ice Sheet Mass Balance and Sea Level (ISMASS) expert group, and has served as ISMASS co-Chair.
Professor Pearson's work at the University of Lincoln is centred around a diverse range of agri technology applications including robotic systems, automation, energy control and management, food safety systems, and novel crop development.
Professor Gross' research focuses on the positive psychological significance of gardens and gardening. She was involved in creating a gold medal-winning design at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, and has also appeared on national television.
Professor John is a specialist in plant ecology by background and her academic research is widely published in scientific literature. Her work has taken her on field studies all over the world and at Lincoln she ensures students are offered opportunities to connect with real research in the field.
Professor Macklin's research looks at river channel and floodplain responses to climate change, long-term human-river environment interactions, alluvial archaeology, flood-risk assessment, and its impact on ecosystem and human health.
Dr Daly's work focuses on practical conservation of archaeological and world cultures objects and she her PhD developed and applied transferable methodologies for the site level assessment and measurement of climate change vulnerabilities at Ireland’s two World Heritage sites.
Missed one of our seminars, or simply want to watch again? You can catch up on our talks from the selection below.