Events* Great Lives: Chris Packham
5 Nov 2019 to 5 Nov 2019

Great Lives: Chris Packham

Climate Change and Sustainability

5:30pm for 6:00pm start
Brayford Pool Campus
Public Lecture

Naturalist, TV presenter, and University of Lincoln Visiting Lecturer, Chris Packham will return to the University to explore climate change and sustainability in a special Great Lives Lecture.

As a follow up to the University of Lincoln declaring a Climate Emergency in May 2019, the institution is hosting a series of events aimed at empowering the local community to make a difference.

As a passionate speaker on climate change, Chris Packham aims to give a lively lecture on the changes we can all make to protect the planet against pollution and climate change, and help to conserve the environment.

Chris Packham: Climate Change and Sustainability is part of the University of Lincoln’s flagship Great Lives free public guest lecture series, which aims to provide inspirational insights into different aspects of society – from the entertainment world to elite sport. This talk is free to attend and is open to people of all ages.

Bookings for this talk will open in September 2019. Due to the expected popularity of this lecture we would advise early booking to avoid disappointment. 

For more information about Chris Packham: Climate Change and Sustainability email or phone 01522 837100.

If you are a school or college and want to book a number of places for this event please contact our Schools and Colleges team on  or by calling 01522 886644 to arrange your visit to the University of Lincoln.

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