Living library: environment
14 October, 7:30 pm
Living library | Environment & Nature, Science
Browse our bookshelf, then get a chance to borrow a real researcher for a small-group conversation. All of our ‘living books’ study or have a career connected to the environment. Whether they research climate change or sustainable energy, conservation or pollution, they all have fascinating stories to tell. Take this opportunity to chat to friendly experts and discover more about your environment.
Book titles and authors:
Using maths to clean up our oceans: Dr Tom Crawford (Tom Rocks Maths)
Trading solar in your neighbourhood: Flora Charbonnier (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford)
Archie Poirot in ‘Taken at the (coastal) flood’ : Dr Luke Jackson (Department of Geography, Durham University)
Smart cooling for energy efficient devices: Dr Chiara Falsetti (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford)Browse the books
IF Oxford uses Pay What You Decide (PWYD) ticketing so you can choose to pay whatever you want, or can afford. You can make your donation during booking or after the event and the amount you pay is up to you. A suggested donation of £5 per person for each event enjoyed will help secure the future of the Festival.
IF Oxford is run by The Oxfordshire Science Festival (charity #1151361) and your donation may be eligible for Gift Aid, where a charity can claim back an extra 20% of your donation at no cost to you. Gift Aid forms can be downloaded from www.if-oxford.com