Undergraduate

Taster lectures in Politics and International Relations

Saturday 5 October

Time and location: 3-3.30pm, Francis Bancroft Mason Lecture Theatre

Title: Climate crisis: the politics of our future

Description:  Climate change is perhaps the most serious threat humanity faces today. Though the science has been clear for decades, a generation of politicians has failed to act. In this session, we’ll explore why climate change is so tough to solve. Why has it been so hard to coordinate international climate action? Does Donald Trump’s anti-science administration mean we are all doomed? And how can we think differently about political solutions?

Speaker: Dr Elizabeth Chatterjee