Environment group - past events

Following the talk given by Citizen’s Advice Bureau on Energy Best Deal, they have kindly given us to their powerpoint presentation EBD Presentation


Environment Pandemics and the Environment: what have we learned? Workshop

7 January 2021

Pandemics and the Environment presentation

Understanding carbon emissions


Water  “water, water everywhere but maybe not…” Workshop

25 June 2020

Stephen Tompkins PowerPoint presentation

Simon Blackley PowerPoint presentation

Workshop Report

Let it Flow recommendations from the Cam Valley Forum

Views from the River Bank


Climate Change Workshop

16 September 2019

Powerpoint Presentation

Report


Plastics Workshop

16 April 2019

Powerpoint Presentation

Report


Food Waste Seminar

5 September 2018


Resources and Recycling Seminar

23 January 2018


Is Cambridge Air Killing You?

A seminar sponsored by the Environment Committee, U3AC, at the Friends Meeting House, Jesus Lane, Friday 10 February 2017.

There were three speakers:

    • Dr Alison Greig, Director of Education for Sustainability at Anglia Ruskin University. Her current research interests lie in exploring the role of education in creating a more sustainable future. She has a background in physical geography and for a number of years worked on urban air pollution issues.
      Presentation
    • Heather Wallis, writer, lecturer, and film-maker. Her talk shares strategies for coping with problems in a difficult world, be they practical, emotional or issues concerning our health and wellbeing. With a positive attitude we can fight that ‘I can’t do anything about it feeling’.
    • Jo Dicks, Environmental Quality & Growth Manager at Cambridge City Council where he manages a team of Environmental Scientists, Engineers and Environmental Health Officers specialising in Energy Efficiency, Air Quality, Contaminated Land, Noise and Authorised Processes.
      Presentation

Seminar report


Transport Workshop

March 2015
Report 
Presentation


Climate Change Workshop

July 2014
Report