Cracking Earth 2015: Building Sustainability Research with Foundations

Book now! Key note and agenda announced!

ISSR 4th annual event – 29 April

This event is always exceptional and well worth the day’s investment!

Wednesday 29 April 2015, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
9.30am – 4.00pm  FREE - Booking is essential. Book here - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EarthConf15

Connect, explore and create at the number one sustainable university!
Find out what’s new in sustainability research and about funding opportunities with charitable foundations. Hear about external partners’ sustainability activity and future opportunities for collaboration.

Download the programme here.

Wednesday 29 April 2015, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
9.30am – 4.00pm  FREE - Booking is essential. Book here - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EarthConf15

The following external speakers have been confirmed:

  • Dr Angelick Schweizer, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Paul Cox, Managing Director of The Shark Trust (former Director of Conservation & Communication, National Marine Aquarium)
  • Ian Mills, Partner at Torrington Dental Practice
  • Frances Cooper, Dartmoor Mires Project Officer 
  • Tony Davey, Learning Officer, Arts & Heritage Service, Plymouth City Council
  • Lisa Mitchell, Arts Engagement Officer, Plymouth City Council
  • Richard Black, Director, Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (former BBC Environment correspondent)
  • Farouk Jiwa, Co-Founder, Farm Shop
  • Dr Andrew Peterson, Senior Lecturer: History and Civics Education, University of South Australia
  • Ken Ringwood, Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team Plymouth
  • Mike Childs, Head of Science, Policy and Research, Friends of the Earth
  • Gary Jackson, Managing Director, Space Strategy
  • Jon Selman, Low Carbon City Officer, Plymouth City Council
  • Chris Birch, Director of Sustainability, Hilson Moran
  • Ian Miller, Regional Director, Traveline South West
  • Dr Lyndsey Withers, Devonport Lifehouse, Salvation Army
  • Dr Laurence Couldrick, Development & Policy Director, Westcountry Rivers Trust

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