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King's Sustainability Series: Rosemary Randall

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Please join us for the third talk in the King’s Sustainability Series, a monthly speaker series featuring important environmentalists, sponsored in part by KCGS and the King’s Library Climate Change Collection.

This month’s speaker is Rosemary Randall, a psychoanalytically trained psychotherapist and the founder and director of Cambridge Carbon Footprint, a charity that uses approaches drawn from psychotherapy, social marketing, and community work to engage diverse audiences in combatting climate change. Interested in the complex, often unconscious, human response to climate change, Rosemary has published a number of articles on the psychology of environmental responses and consults with businesses on employee engagement in carbon reduction. Rosemary’s talk will shed light on the thought process behind climate change denial and will provide ways for us to better communicate about environmental issues.

Rosemary’s talk will be followed by drinks, nibbles, and casual conversation. The talk is free, but as places are very limited, you must email to reserve a spot.

This talk is part of the King's Sustainability Series series.

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