Green Week 2020

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Tuesday 27 October 2020

Single-use plastic in major sports events, a concrete safari, and Covid-19 are three of the topics covered in Green Week 2020. In a mix of panel discussions, talks, and practical actions, we invite students, staff and locals of St Andrews to be a part of a new beginning – climate action for a sustainable future.

After being hit by the pandemic in spring, we have made major changes to our lives. Even if sustainability occasionally has been compromised for our safety, we see this time as a springboard for a greener future. While we are facing challenges, we are in a unique position to envision and act for a better world.

For the love of life, take this opportunity to learn, get involved, and become inspired. We now present the programme for Green Week 2020.

Take care,

The Student Association’s Environment Subcommittee

The University’s Environment Team

Transition University of St Andrews

Monday 2nd November
1-2 pm Covid and the Environment: Professor Sir Ian Boyd (ESB) and Quaestor Derek Watson in conversation

5-6 pm Covid and Climate: Linking Human and Planetary Health. An interview with Prof. Dr Weimann

Tuesday 3rd November
12-1 pm LED Ride with Transition

4-5 pm Complexities of Climate Coverage: A panel discussion

Wednesday 4th November
2-5 pm Style Swap Shop with St And Reuse

4-5 pm Climate Talks

Thursday 5th November
12-1 pm LED Ride with Transition

12-1 pm Green Colonialism: Clean energy projects & displacement in Kenya with Ikal Ang’elei

Friday 6th November
11-12 pm Sustainability and the Legacy of Major Sporting Events: A Case Study in Tackling Single-use Plastic, talk by Philipp Russel

2-5 pm Style Swap Shop with St And Reuse

Saturday 7th November
11-12 pm Willie Rennie MSP and Dr Leyla Hussein: In conversation on climate change

12-2 pm River clean with Transition

Sunday 8th of November
11-12 pm Beach clean with Transition

 

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