Members of the SRN are meeting on Thursday the 11th of October in the Hemsley for a social chat about the revolution in sustainability to make it work (based on the book “Selbst Denken, eine Anleitung zum Widerstand” from Harald Welzer). We are meeting at 5pm to have a coffee and discuss the personal contribution, […]
We are holding an open discussion about fusion energy. Is this promising concept realisable and to which costs? are some of the questions that can be discussed. Input from everyone is welcome, no need for prior knowledge. Or just join and listen. The Event is on Thursday, 30th August, at 5pm in B02, ESLC
SRN Open Meeting – 5 PM, 16th November 2017 – Lounge Area, The Hemsley
20th June 2017 – 12:30 – 13:30 Room A100, Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park
Fuel poverty is an important sustainability concern. Luke Jackson will outline the problem and how Nottingham City Council aims to alleviate fuel poverty and improve sustainability through its energy projects programme. The talk will be followed by an open discussion.
12:30 – 13:30, 23rd March 2017 – B2, The Hemsley, University Park Please join the Sustainability Research Network (SRN) and Mark Smith for a lunch time discussion surrounding sustainability in small businesses. Mark Smith is currently a Low Carbon Advisor for the D2N2 Growth Hub having previously worked as a freelancer and business consultant for […]
Throughout Monday 27th February 2017 there were a number of events to mark the historic opening of the GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory (CNL). The day began with a tour of the facility for all the attendees, with an explanation of the buildings innovations that will help achieve carbon neutrality within 25 years. One example of […]
Lunch Time Discussion 9th February 2017 – 12:30 – 13:30 Room B2, The Hemsley, University Park Recovery in the decade since the financial crash has been slow; with most of the recovery being driven through an increased level of public consumption. However this consumer driven recovery has often been funded through borrowing. Private household […]