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COP27 on Campus - Water


A talk on Chalk Streams and the Hillingdon Aquifer from Sarah Green (Hillingdon Green Party)

Cop27 on Campus - Water, Monday 14 November from 1pm to 2pm, 264 Gaskell Building


During the two weeks of COP27 in Sharm El-Sheik, where leaders from across the globe once again gather to debate action to mitigate and adapt to the climate emergency, Brunel will be hosting its own series of events based around the themes of the COP27 Presidency Agenda.

The schedule of activities has been designed by students and staff associated with the Global Challenges programme, and in conjunction with the Students Union. This year's programme of activities includes: 

  • An open discussion of the energy crisis on carbon reduction
  • Youth and Future Generations Poetry Night in The Venue
  • Talk on local chalk streams and conservation
  • Discussion of the role of art, activism and action for climate empowerment 
  • A mini-BioBlitz to find out more about biodiversity on campus
  • An upcycling workshop: reuse, remake.

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