Lady Margaret Beaufort Intellectual Connections Competition

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The inaugural Lady Margaret Beaufort Intellectual
Connections Competition Presents

A Brave New World –
Overcoming Climate Change From Every Angle

This inter-disciplinary event is FREE and will feature a
combination of interactive booths and celebrated keynote speakers including:

Energy: The Scientific Potential – Professor Sir Richard
Friend

Climate Change and Personal Priorities – Professor Jane Heal

Energy Supply, Demand and the Environment – Professor Andrew
Woods

Sustainability at St John’s – Closing remarks by Helen
Murley, Domestic Bursar

The event will take place in the Fisher Building on Friday, the 15th of February,
from 3.15 PM to 6.30 PM. The talks
will be concluded with a drinks reception. We hope to see as many Johnian
undergraduates as possible!

(bulletin item submitted by esl30@cam.ac.uk)

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