School of Earth and Environment

Events


Storm cloud

Date: 29th April 2014, 7PM (refreshments from 6PM). Venue: Conference Auditorium, University of Leeds Abstract: Under a changing climate there is potential for global food security to be significantly impacted through...[more]

Celebrate National Science and Engineering Week

14th March to 4th April 2014 Full details and programme STEM have an exciting programme of events planned for the Festival in 2014, with activities for all key stages. Join us for just one session or make a day of it. There are...[more]

Satellite dish

The RMetS has 9 Local Centres that organise talks on Weather and Climate and other events throughout the year. The Yorkshire Centre is based here in the School of Earth and Environment and is run by a committee consisting of...[more]

Athena SWAN

Want to know more about the Faculty’s Athena SWAN application?Have some feedback about your experiences as a woman in Earth & Environment?Unsure what it means and if it will benefit you at all?You’re a man and think...[more]

Join leading economists and sustainability thinkers for the UK launch of a new documentary film about how to achieve a sustainable and prosperous economy Wednesday, 29th January 2014, 5:30 to 7:30 pmRupert Beckett Lecture...[more]

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When – 25 Feb 2014 – 16:00 Where – School of Earth & Environment, Level 8, Seminar Rooms The University of Leeds’ Chapter of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will host the SEG Honorary Lecturer Visit. The...[more]

Hurricane Sandy

Date: Wednesday 4th December, 7pm Title: "Hurricane Sandy: One Year After" Speaker: Dr Jonathan Fairman Jr., Centre for Atmospheric Science, The University of Manchester Venue: SEE Seminar Rooms 1,2 & 3...[more]

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'Enough Debt' - Fixing the Financial System[more]

‘Maximising academic impact, minimising environmental impact: Towards the development of a low carbon, more sustainable academic travel policy’[more]

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'The Burning Question: We can’t burn half the world’s oil, coal and gas. So how do we quit?’[more]