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Climate change: a view from the past

Cambridge Earth Sciences alumni panel discussion
When Nov 22, 2016
from 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM
Where The Geological Society, London
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Contact Phone 01223 333442
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Earth Sciences alumni are warmly invited to join us for our second annual panel discussion at The Geological Society, London. Our expert panellists will give short talks followed by questions from the floor. Afterwards there will be drinks and canapés in the Lower Library, and a chance to meet fellow alumni and the panel informally.

 

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