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Quaker Meeting House

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A discussion on the value and role of arts and humanities research in spurring us into action on climate change.

University of Sheffield researchers in arts and are looking at the ways in which we interact with the natural world and how this influences our action on one of the most pressing problems our society now faces, climate change.  Join academics, including Nicola Dibben (Music) and Nick Nuttgens (Theatre) for a discussion on how research can help make sense of a seemingly insurmountable problem and its potential to influence our ability to take action.

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