Series: Life Under Overshoot, living in a 1.5°C World (1)
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About the Event
About the Event:
The Economy & Culture, Geographies of Life, Politics-State-Space and the Urban Worlds Research Clusters form the Geography Department at Durham University are proud to host these two sessions as part of the Life Under Overshoot: Assessing the Spatial and Political Implications of a 1.5°C World. The series will consist of the following public talks (online*):
Session 2 (5 March, 2021, 16:00 (GMT)),The Emerging Geographies of 1.5°C: Geoengineering, enclosures and the new frontiers of extractivism, seeks to explore the nexus between the politics of net-zero and the possible implications of new forms of and/or frontiers of extractivism, land-grabbing and spatial reconfigurations required to maintain the world under a 1.5°C in the following decade.
Justification for the Public Talk Series: