Landscapes or Livelihoods?



Filling a climate knowledge gap and networking with the wider community of climate heritage action!

The Walker Institute is inviting you to join in our immersive event on climate and cultural heritage!

When:                                7 May 2024; 2:30 – 4:30 pm

Where:                               Allen Lab; room G09

What does it involve:      4 snapshots from colleagues which will offer perspectives of different cultural contexts from Africa and South Asia, through to the Middle East and the UK with colleagues from across the university as well as from visiting scientists joining from Nepal and Senegal. Then an interactive session to explore the issues from different stakeholders’ perspectives.

Speed Speakers:

  • Wendy Matthews – Associate Professor – Director of Postgraduate Research Studies, University of Reading
  • Aïda Diongue-Niang – Technical Advisor, National Agency for Civil Aviation and Meteorology, Senegal, and Vice-Chair of IPCC Working Group I
  • Chi Huyen Truong – Programme Coordinator, Himalayan University Consortium, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Nepal
  • Celia Petty – Strategic Lead – Livelihoods, Walker Institute, University of Reading

We would love to see you all there!