African SWIFT Public Lecture on Extreme Weather and Climate Change in Africa

University of Leeds Cheney Fellow, Dr Benjamin Lamptey, will talk on extreme weather and climate change in Africa, with consideration of the contribution of human activity on the continent and implications for the environment, society and the economy. The talk will be followed by a panel discussion involving several climate and weather experts (full list to be confirmed). The panel discussion will be followed by a drinks reception. This talk will take place in the Michael Sadler Building Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre at the University of Leeds on Tuesday 22nd October 2019 from 19:00-20:30 BST (18:00-19:30 UTC).

The talk will be open to the public. Attendance is free but you will need to register in advance. Information on how to do this will be posted soon.

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