Lecture – Heading for extinction and what to do about it


15 July 2019
13:00 - 14:00 (UTC +01:00)


Gustave Tuck Lecture theatre, Wilkins Building, University College Londo

hosted by

Extinction Rebellion London

Extinction Rebellion (‘XR’) is a newly formed protest group that uses civil resistance tactics to force government action on the ecological emergency.

In this talk Professor Kate Jeffery will explain the scientific background to the emergency, the reason that XR formed, its three demands (including formation of a citizen’s assembly to oversee the societal response), how XR works and why you should consider joining.

There will be a short Q&A followed by a talk by Linda Doyle on how a citizen’s assembly works.

Everyone is welcome and you don’t need to be an existing member of XR to join.

(Please note, this talk will be filmed for use within Extinction Rebellion and beyond. When you arrive, you will be asked for your consent to be filmed as part of the audience).

Full address:
Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL, 2nd Floor, South Junction Wilkins Building, Gower St, London WC1E


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