Saturday 23rd April 2016- CRES Day at Ripon College Cuddesdon with Dr Paul Chambers
We have now fixed the programme for our CRES Day on April 23rd 2016 (10.00am to 4.00pm). These days are now opened up to a wider audience and are very pleased to welcome Dr Paul Chambers from the Department of Energy and Climate Change to be our guest speaker. Paul will give two talks on “Climate change, Paris and the Global Response” and “Climate change from the perspective of Indonesia, a developing country”.
The themes explored will be highly relevant to those on the CRES course, but could be taken as a stand-alone day for all interested in the environment. Places are limited so book soon! For more details and booking go HERE. This event has a Facebook Event Page.
Dr Paul Chambers has worked for the UK government since 1997. He currently manages a renewable energy support programme, the Renewable Heat Incentive, in the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change. From 2012-2015 he worked in the British Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia as a climate and energy adviser. He has done a range of other roles in government focusing on energy and climate change including international climate change negotiations, energy efficiency and climate change communication. He has a degree in natural science from Cambridge and a D.Phil in ecology from Oxford. He is one of the founders of community energy group SE24. He and his family live in south London and attend St Saviour’s Church in Herne Hill.