Join us for an evening of thoughtful discourse about “The Future of Adaptation” in the wonderfully atmospheric Oxford University Museum of Natural History, with its striking Victorian neo-gothic architecture and internationally significant collection of specimens from throughout the natural world. This “night at the museum” will give everyone a chance to reconnect with longstanding friends and partners – and to initiate new connections and collaborations for the future.
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The event will feature diverse and leading voices in adaptation from around the world. Participants will include:
- Youssef Nassef – Director of the UNFCCC Adaptation Division
- Arame Tall – Senior Adaptation and Resilience Specialist, Climate Change Group, World Bank
- Lisa Schipper – (Incoming) Professor of Development Geography, University of Bonn; SEI Associate
- Nathalie Seddon – Professor of Biodiversity and Senior Associate, International Institute for Environment and Development, University of Oxford; Senior Fellow, the Oxford Martin School
- George Carew-Jones – UN COP Working Group Member and Press Officer, UK Youth Climate Coalition
- Sukaina Bharwani – Senior Research Fellow, SEI Oxford
- Magnus Benzie – Research Fellow, SEI Stockholm
- Richard J. T. Klein – SEI Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Geography, Climate Policy and Development at Linköping University
The event will offer an opportunity for networking in the museum’s striking Main Court, where canapes, cocktails and cake will be served.
When: Thursday, 29 September 2022, 6.30-9.30pm (BST)
Where: Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Parks Road, OX1 3PW
Register now to reserve your place at this unique event!
Unable to attend? Watch the livestream.