10 October, 6.45pm | Ely Cathedral
Our planet's temperature is set to rise by at least 1.5°C by 2050 presenting significant risks to business and industry. The impacts are wide ranging and include extreme damage to infrastructure and industrial capital assets as well as reduced accessibility of natural resources necessary for food production. In an open forum under Ely Cathedral's Octagon tower, we will look at the measures available to help businesses in our Fenland adapt to the impacts of climate change.
The evening starts with a drinks reception with canapés produced by 68 Market Street. Admission is free.
Dr Emily Shuckburgh OBE
Director of Research, University of Cambridge and Honorary Fellow of the British Antarctic Survey
Julian Allwood FREng
Professor of Engineering and the Environment, University of Cambridge
Managing Director, G’s Cambs Farms Growers Ltd
Facilitated by Stephen Bourne
Ely Cathedral Administrator
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