Masters of disaster – click to save the world!

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Monday, 21st November 2016
7PM - 9PM
Suitable for ages 14+
£6 concessions
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How would you save future generations from environmental catastrophe? Fast forward a century and planet Earth is more at risk from global warming than ever before; it is affecting our food and water supplies and limiting access to vital resources such as fuel. Conditions are changing rapidly, and it’s down to you to decide what we should do to help ourselves and the planet. Guided by a panel of experts and armed with live voting pads, this audience-led, immersive event invites you to probe the technologies available and explore potential futures for our planet.

Suitable for ages 14+

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Talbot Room, Lady Margaret Hall
Norham Gardens , Oxford, ox2 6qa

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