Posted on 27 November 2019
The conversation around our warming planet typically revolves around changes in the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2). However, the concentration of other compounds in the air are also increasing over time, and they can also increase the temperature of the planet. Reducing these other greenhouse gases may provide part of the solution to the climate emergency.
Join experts from the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratories as they discuss more ways to tackle the climate emergency.
There’s more to climate change than carbon dioxide
Friday 29 November 2019
Spring Lane Building
You are also encouraged to drop into the Spring Lane Building between noon and 2pm for an exhibition showcasing some of our work in sustainability. Tea and coffee will be available - please bring your own cup.