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The Clifton Library

13 Princess Victoria St

Clifton

Bristol

BS8 4BX

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How does humans' use of land contribute to climate change?

Is the livestock industry a bigger source of greenhouse gases than fossil fuels?

What is Biological Energy Carbon Capture and Storage and should it underpin climate change policy?

Nikki Jones, researcher/writer on global energy will be explaining the climate change impact of land use at The Clifton Library, 13 Princess Victoria St, Bristol BS8 4BX. She will describe the many ways that livestock production adds to our greenhouse gas emissions and how getting carbon back into the soil should be a priority for governments. There will be opportunities for questions throughout.

This talk will be the sixth in a series of seven talks focusing on climate change and energy use. The other events in this series are:

Clifton Library

  1. What is Climate Change? - Tuesday 26th September

  2. A Beginner's Guide to the Oil and Gas Industry - Tuesday 10th October

  3. Global Energy Trends - Tuesday 17th October

  4. UK Energy, Emissions, and Targets - Tuesday 24th October

  5. Is Nuclear the Answer? - Tuesday 31st October

  6. Land Use and Climate Change - Thursday 9th November

  7. The Way Forward - Tuesday 14th November.


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