Social Inequality and Saving the Planet

Saturday 6 November, 14.30 - 15.30 

Three outlines of hands with motifs of leaf shoots and heart on palms

Lecture Theatre, Pitt Rivers Museum

How is economic inequality in the UK related to climate change? Just how unequal are we? How does this inequality compare to other countries in Europe or the world? Does it really matter much or is it OK if we just pretend it matters to us and that we are going to do something about it? Come and discover the evidence in this interactive session, and maybe even share your views. Please pre-book as places are limited.

Suitable for everyone but most suitable for people aged 15+.

This event will be led by Professor Danny Dorling, School of Geography and Environment, University of Oxford.

Part of the 2021 ESRC Festival of Social Sciences.


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