Energy & Security Seminar Series: Seminar 3 - Energy Security and the Big Society
The DEI autumn Energy Challenge seminar series aims to develop a cross-disciplinary dialogue on the broad issue of energy and security. As such, the series will not present the latest research on the subject of energy and security, but instead seeks to cultivate a multidisciplinary dialogue on the topic, involving as wide an array of interests as possible. The ultimate aim of the seminar series is to produce a DEI 'position paper' on the issue of energy and security.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this event.
The third of a planned series of 3 meetings will be led by Professor J Gluyas (Earth Sciences) and Dr A Baldwin (Geography).
The seminar will include 2 short presentations that address the linkages between energy and the Big Society, one from a social scientist and one from a physical scientist. A guided discussion will follow both presentations. A portion of the seminar will also be used to brainstorm ideas that might be included in the DEI position paper on energy security.
Buffet lunch is available from 11:45, with seminar beginning at 12:00. Please indicate any dietary requirements when registering.